What is Adventure Sworn?
Adventure Sworn is a company dedicated to creating gear for use in the outdoors. We currently specialize in custom bushcraft knives, leather products, wooden bucksaws, and a few other items.
Do you take custom orders for knives?
We occasionally open up the custom order books for select models, or may offer immediately available non-customizable knives. Any knives that are available for purchase can be viewed at our Available Knives page.
Where do you ship your products?
We ship virtually anywhere. For shipments in the United States we generally use USPS priority mail (2-3 day), which seems to be the best blend of speed, cost, and dependability.
Do you have a warranty?
Most products made by us have an "heirloom warranty", which remains no matter how many times it is handed down or traded. This covers defects in craftsmanship and/or materials, and includes free touch-up service. Click here to view our Warranty Page.
Are your knives made in the USA?
Yes. Our shop is located in the USA (upsate New York). The materials we use are also almost entirely made in the USA; our steel, our epoxy, our bolts, tubing, our leather, even all of our abrasives other regular consumables. Some materials are simply not native to the USA (such as exotic trees), but whenever possible even our handle materials are made in the USA.
Can my knife be re handled?
We will only re handle knives made by Adventure Sworn which we determine have a warranty issue. We no longer re handle knives due to handle thickness preference or aesthetic reasons. If you feel your knife may need to be assessed for re handle, please click here to print the form, fill this out and include it in the box with the knife in question. Be sure to include contact information so that we can contact you after the knife has been assessed to determine how to proceed. If you have a question about your knife before you send it in, please feel free to Contact Us.
How do I know what knife model to choose?
Click here to get a closer look at all of our knife models. You can then click any of the blade images to get a more in depth look at each knife.
How do I learn more about the different knife options?
To learn more about the different knife options that may be offered for a knife Click Here.