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Order your limited-edition Travis Rice + ROAM knife by The James Brand now and you’ll also receive a free custom photo print from the Lines to Hawaii expedition.
Ten percent of the proceeds will be donated to Adventure Scientists’ efforts to reduce microplastics worldwide.
From Christopher Jerard, ROAM Founder:
By this time we sincerely hope you have had the chance to watch Travis Rice and ROAM’s Original short film “Lines to Hawaii.”
Back in September, I met the crew of Falcor in Honolulu and brought the team out for some well-deserved Korean BBQ. After weeks at sea they had big appetites—and bigger stories, including how meaningful it was to collect water samples for Adventure Scientists’ global microplastics study. As I sat and listened, I wished I had something special to commemorate the occasion that would last longer than the gyoza.
It occurred to me that a knife would be the perfect remembrance. I asked Travis what his favorite style was.
“Check out James Brand,” he told me. So I did.
Turns out the team over at James Brand are really, really good at quality craftsmanship. We commissioned a small batch of knives for the crew of Falcor. The County Custom above was the result. And the reaction was so positive we decided we needed to share it with fans like yourself.
Here’s your chance to be part of the adventure. We’ll be taking an extremely limited number of pre-orders. With your custom knife, you will also get a special photo print from the expedition. We’ll also be donating ten percent of all profits to Adventure Scientists’ ongoing work to reduce microplastics worldwide.
- • Price: $165 + shipping
- • White oak handle with stainless steel blade
- • Knife is 6” with blade extended, 3.5” when folded
This custom The James Brand County has no plastic. In the spirit of the work Travis and crew did in the Pacific to collect water samples to test for microplastics, we will be donating ten percent of all profits to Adventure Scientists to help educate folks about microplastics and what we can do to help turn the tide.