Victorinox Swiss Army
Time Out says
Posted: Mon Dec 10 2012
After closing its Prince Street location in 2011, this Swiss Army brand has reopened inside a repurposed early-1900s firehouse. The decor pays homage to its iconic roots with museum-like photography documenting the brand’s evolution since 1884 and limited-edition products inspired by founder Karl Elsener, such as a Swiss soldier knife ($495). You’ll find classic items, including outdoor and sport pocketknives ($28), Swiss-made watches ($450) and eight-wheeled spinning luggage ($299–$450). The store also houses rare gems, such as Officer’s x Christopher Raeburn men’s parkas ($1,450)—only 100 were made from decommissioned WWII sleeping-bag covers.
Victorinox Swiss Army 99 Wooster St