KnifeNews: RoseCraft Follows up Modern Folder Blitz with Traditional Re-Release


RoseCraft is following up a modern folder blitz with the return of a retired traditional folder, the French Broad Jack. Designed by resident slipjoint scholar Andy Armstrong, the French Broad Jack comes back into circulation with the same specs, but a new cover material.

We have not covered the French Broad Jack before, so if you’re also new: this one offers users a 3-inch blade, drawn in a shapely wharncliffe profile. That’s a peanut butter/chocolate length/shape combo right there, and means the French Broad Jack fits comfortably into the long-running EDC-oriented slipjoint tradition. Littler tasks are no problem, of course, but the 3-inch length lets the French Broad Jack step into some larger chores too, like some food prep and breaking down boxes (just make sure to wash the blade between these two activities).

Rosecraft – the import knife so well made that even Hocky grudgingly will admit to their quality. That and they are HQ’d in Maryville, Tennessee and ultimately plan to onshore at least some of their production as soon as it’s feasible. They are good people. As is Hocky. We kid because we care.

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