I would like talk some more about the Wenger Evolution and the scales. It was not new to this Brand with many different scale variations and materials used in them. From 2004-2013 the factory introduced
many new innovation and incorporated different camo systems. This you can read about on the internet with the different Hardwoods, Blaze or Snow systems. For me the idea and impressions does fit well with a SAK because it does fit a versatile and multifunction
knife very well.
That the handle scales by itself does more than just give a nice impression or a comfortable handle on them. The Evolution is a step to fulfill or make the Swiss Army Knife better
and that these new scales could be made further versatile.
I have talked some about the scales around on my page or blog and I hope you could take the time to see.
If you search patent applications then you will discover the special inlays/emblems that Wenger use on the new and Evolution scales. It is specially made and it is an important factor with the knives because I know for a fact that this
is part of the philosophy of the Brand. The Evolution scales represents to me a master design and even the rubber inlays in the two component Grip scales can be used for different engravings. All of my impressions and use does show that the rubber inlays are
very durable and it really does increase the safety and comfort. What Wenger did with the new redesigning and knives is special to me. The Classic iconic knives with the normal style handles are iconic in the world and it does give a useful handle. The Classic
shape could be used for different coatings and engravings very well. What happened with the Evolution was to me masterful because it did start a completely new book with SAKs. This is in the sense of making the versatile knife much more versatile in deed.
If we take a look at the Classic handles then most know about all the engravings, printing and inlays used in history. For me the Evolution is the next step also here and if we talk about the EvoWood or Evolution
Wood to be correct then the use of laser engravings opens up many new possibilities on SAKs.