Buck Knives Reopens Factory Store

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posted on June 23, 2024
Buck Knives company logo black anvil white letters
Logo courtesy of BuckKnives.com.

Buck Knives, a family-owned American knife and tool manufacturer for more than 120 years, recently celebrated the grand re-opening of its factory store. The 1,600-sq.-ft. outlet is located at the company’s manufacturing facility and headquarters in Post Falls, Idaho.

“The grand re-opening of the Buck Factory Store reinforces the company’s commitment to American manufacturing excellence, and is a tribute to the more than 300 employees who handcraft some of the world’s most famous and respected knives,” said Lane Tobiassen, president of Buck Knives. “I’m incredibly proud of the continued growth of the Buck Knives organization, and the factory store is a representation of the brand that truly highlights the breadth and quality of Buck’s products."

The store was completely remodeled and has nearly tripled in size. Visitors have the opportunity to handle and purchase any of the more than 200 different Buck knives available there, plus a wide range of branded accessories, logo apparel, knife-care products and one-of-a-kind specialty knives.

Free daily factory tours are also available at the company’s state-of-the-art 130,000-plus sq.-ft. manufacturing facility located in the Riverbend Commerce Park (south of Interstate 90) at 660 S. Lochsa, in Post Falls, Idaho. Visitors can also learn details about the more than 120 years of history at Buck Knives through an extensive history display and museum.

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