Adventurers, Fishermen and Even Assassins Trust This Legendary French Pocket Knife - Airows

Since 1929, the Cognet family has been producing achingly gorgeous carbon steel pocket knives by hand in France under the name Douk-Douk. No gimmicks or useless "tactical" features, just handsome good looks, tough-as-nails construction and a high-quality blade that means business.

They've gained a tremendous amount of popularity over the years, becoming a go-to for fisherman, European adventurers and the French army and Foreign Legion. They've even infiltrated the ranks of Algerian assassins, where it's allegedly the weapon of choice. 

For the next few days, these have the 25% off treatment, bringing the price down to a super-reasonable $24. Quite frankly, you won't find a higher-quality and better-looking pocket knife for the money.