The first Canoe pocket knife was constructed before 1915. The name “Canoe” comes from the handle, since the shape is reminiscent of the shallow canoes used by Native Americans and others in the past. Most Canoe knives feature two blades that share the tool’s single back spring. The primary blade is typically a “stubby” wide spear point blade.

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  • Rough Ryder Deep Blue to Deep Teal Smooth Genuine Bone Canoe RR1949

    Rough Ryder Blue Canoe


    Rough Ryder Deep Blue/Deep Teal Smooth Genuine Bone 3 ⅝" Canoe

    • 440 Stainless Steel Blades
    • Spear Point & Pen Blades
    • Closed Length: 3 ⅝"
    • Fantastic Deep Blue/Deep Teal Smooth Handle!
    • Slip Joint
    • Brass Liners
    • Nickel Silver Pins
    • Nickel Silver Crimped Bolsters
    • Nickel Silver Rough Ryder Inlay Shield
    • Very Collectible & Classic Canoe Frame
    • Thumbnail Pulls
    • Beautiful Classic Knife
  • WR Case and Sons Company Caribbean Blue Sawcut Jigged Canoe 62131 25598

    Case Caribbean Blue Canoe


    W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery Co. XX Caribbean Blue Sawcut Bone 3 ⅝” Canoe 62131 SS

    • Tru-Sharp™ Surgical Steel Blades (SS)
    • Sawcut Jigged Bone Handle
    • Beautiful Caribbean Blue Color
    • XX, Made in USA
    • Nickel Silver Bolsters
    • Spear Point & Pen Blades
    • Closed Length: 3 5/8″
    • Traditional Classic Canoe Frame