Woodcarving Illustrated called this "the only thumbguard you'll ever need" in their spring review 2013. Sometimes in wood carving you need a bit of leverage on the blade to get the cuts you want–especially with a Crooked Knife. Our thumb guard give your thumb ultimate coverage to go wild…responsibly! Metal wire stitching keeps it together even with the occasional knick it might incur.

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Woodcarving Illustrated called this "the only thumbguard you'll ever need" in their spring review 2013. Sometimes in wood carving you need a bit of leverage on the blade to get the cuts you want–especially with a Crooked Knife. Our thumb guard give your thumb ultimate coverage to go wild…responsibly! Metal wire stitching keeps it together even with the occasional knick it might incur. is creative inspiration for us. Get more photo about related with by looking at photos gallery at the bottom of this page.
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