Tuesday, May 31, 2016
THE WORLD'S LARGEST KNIFE STORE IS IN THE TENNESSEE SMOKIES!
Smoky Mountain Knifeworks
is the world's largest knife store and is located in Kodak, TN, the
I-40 entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains. The store is one of the largest sources for pocket knifes, Swiss army knifes, fixed-blade knives, multi-tools, kitchen cutlery, swords, self defense and sporting goods. You can choose from well-known brands like Case, Buck, Victorinox, SOG, Spyderco, Benchmade, Gerber, Columbia Knife & Tool, Cold Steel, Tops and Zero Tolerance.
Smoky Mountain Knifeworks has been in business a long time and they have relationships with their dealers so they can offer prices and selections that can't be beat. And the selection is awesome!!
Knife options include fixed, folding and sets, and there are hundreds in each category to view, handle and buy for your collection. Knife accessories include sharpeners, hones, oil, paste, display cases and more. The sporting goods list is even broader with items for self defense, martial arts and outdoor use, plus firearms and accessories like ammo, magazines, targets, cases and cleaning supplies. Top quality tools include machetes, axes, multi-tools, saws, shears, shovels and spears. And if you are looking for clothing, Smoky Mountain Knifeworks offers hats, jackets, pants, shirts and shorts.
Calling all cooks! Knifeworks has kitchenware and cutlery for the kitchen like knives and accessories for boning, paring, filleting, carving and slicing, plus cleavers, Santoku, utility knives, accessories, and sets for all occasions. And if you are only in the market for a great gifts, Smoky Mountain Knifeworks has a great selection of books, relics, replicas, signs, toys and videos. This store is an attraction in itself and worth the stop either on your way to the Smokies or on your way home.
For help in planning a Smoky Mountain vacation, check out the Best Read Guide website for coupons, maps, contests and information about shopping, restaurants, attractions, live entertainment shows and more at www.bestreadguidesmokymountains.com/.