From Victorinox comes a special edition release of its ubiquitous Swiss Army knife, featuring an eye-catching Damascus blade. This model is the fifth edition in a line of annual releases of Damascus Swiss Army knives stretching back to its introduction in 2010, with the 2014 release sporting an oak handle and a natural finish. The pièce-de-resistance, of course, is the Damascus steel blade with its distinctive ripple effect, made by utilizing the age-old method of repeatedly folding the steel, along with high concentrations of molybdenum and vanadium, on itself hundreds of times to form a blade that is extraordinarily tough with unrivaled cutting ability. This is paired alongside standard Swiss Army knife tools and is limited to only 5,000 units worldwide. Set to release in mid-December, look for this exquisite collector’s edition knife to drop at Victorinox.