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The Comforter A stout knife is not supposed to be comfortable, it is supposed to be comforting
A good knife is not supposed to be comfortable, it is supposed to be comforting !

The Comforter is a stout, fixed-blade knife built to be comforting, not comfortable. The Comforter was designed to honor my best friend, Jeffrey Bogaerts, a Royal Dutch Marine who was murdered while stationed in Aruba.


I originally made three Comforters, I kept one knife and gave the others to two of Jeffrey’s Marine Corps brothers. Sharing the knives was my way of bonding the three of us in our loss, and to provide a tangible reminder of our dear friend.

That was supposed to be the end of the Comforter line. But requests started coming in from active duty service members, veterans and police officers who wanted to commemorate a fallen brother or sister. The demand convinced me to continue the Comforter line for Military (active and veteran), Police, First Responder and RN only knife.


The comforter features a full size grip that is bolstered where it should be. Is comfortable in both standard as reverse grip and is made from Nitro-V stainless steel that can weather … well any weather

For who is the Comforter ?

Only for those who serve, or have served … (we thank you!)