When the keyword France comes up in the world of knives, most people immediately and
exclusively think of the classic Laguiole knives known far beyond the country’s borders.
Only very few knife lovers know that almost every French region has produced its knife shape
and that the famous Laguiole knives are even one of the more recent developments.
Ironically, even many French people are not aware of this fact.
These locally created knives are also known as “Les regionaux” (the regional ones).
In this regard, the L’Alpin is considered one of the finest regional pocket knives
and was created in the high-lying areas of the French Alps.
The Magnum Parzival combines the traditional shape and construction of a
L’Alpin pocket knife with modern materials and details.
The stainless 7Cr17Mov slip joint blade is classically opened by nail nick and does not lock.
The back spring is equipped with elaborate decorative file work,
which also supports the thumb and thus increases work safety.
The noble handle scales are made of olive wood.
The characteristic bolsters are made of stainless steel.
A lanyard hole with a short leather strap completes the equipment of the Magnum Parzival.