An iconic brand with a storied history, Victorinox finds its humble beginnings in 1884, when founder Karl Elsener opened up a cutler’s workshop in Ibach-Schwyz, Switzerland. In the years that followed, he would design and produce what has become the world-famous Swiss Army Knife. In the decades since, Victorinox has grown to global recognition and expanded their product line, though the Swiss Army Knife remains at the core of their identity.
Setting the standard
Since the first Swiss Army Knife was crafted, Victorinox has continued to put an emphasis on quality. Most of their products are manufactured in Switzerland and maintain the same quality standards they’ve had since the beginning. Their selection of knives and tools is a prime example of this, with a variety of multitool options to fit your preferences and needs.
A focus on sustainability
Victorinox has implemented several practices in their manufacturing to make sure they’re doing it as sustainably as possible. From returning scrap steel for later use to recycling heat produced in the knife-making process to offering repair services for their products, they’re committed to leading the way to a more sustainable future.