It’s always interesting to trace the paths of the knifemakers we admire. Many of them honed their skills on other blades before producing the brands they’re associated with today.
Not so long ago, L.T. Wright was half of Ohio-based Blind Horse Knives, which in a very short time attracted a well-deserved following. Then, in 2014, L.T. and his partner amicably decided to pursue independent visions of custom knives, and L.T. Wright Handcrafted Knives was born.
Here’s a knife from the early Blind Horse days, a sweet little hollow-ground blade called the “Small Work Horse,” this one handled in green canvas Micarta.