In 1987 Victorinox introduced camouflage handle scales. On the Picture is the Spartan 1.3603.94. The cool factor is very high with this knife and it is not boring. It is not a camouflage that got any other sensible uses
other than the decoration, cool factor and that it goes well with the traditional Swiss Army Knife design. It fit very well in my opinion and I know military or some services like this design because of the work they are in. Even with the shiny surface of
the camouflage and functions.
It also fit some general outdoors design philosophies and designations. The absolute best in the outdoors on tools and handles is an easy to see color when it comes to traditional use
The Spartan is legendary today and it is known pretty much all over the world. It got the traditional functions and continues the great legacy of the 1897 officer knife. It got the standard type functions
with the evolution from the beginning until our time window today. One of the advantages with the 91mm Spartan is a very lightweight and it takes little space. The 91mm functions are large enough for many tasks. It is many times used by people that have a
minimalistic SAK EDC philosophy. One of the best advantages is also the price point.
From what I have heard the camouflage handle scales got decent durability. It talks with positive and masculine energy.
It is not only one type of camouflage done on Victorinox knives in history. There are a few different ones. It is also possible to find this type on SAK from Victorinox with advertising also on the blade for military services
and special departments.
The Spartan configuration is one of the absolute most popular SAKs in history and i have seen this found its way for a great number of different philosophies of use. It can be found on any
age group and so on. It can also be found in airforce survival-sets included.
If i use my "reduction process philosophy" for what single 91mm SAK that would be the absolute best if you only have
one SAK in the pocket then it depends on many factors. The scissors i have found to be very useful and it is one function that i use alot. Then you are on the Climber configuration. The wood saw is also very useful to have because it is a versatile function
that also can cut ectreme rope. Then you have the Huntsman configuration. There is a battle for what philsophies of use. For professional airforce or services i recommend larger tools. If you bring a Spartan, Climber or Huntsman in the set then you have anyhow
done a smart choice. The problem with larger tools is the weight and size. The 91mm knives are perfect with this....