I have found myself fascinated by traditional folding knives from around the world since I bought my first Opinel from REI several years ago. Since then I've bought around a dozen Opinel knives since I've realized how capable and comfortable they are in the woods. Then I bought a Svord peasant and small peasant. Both are nice but the full size peasant really caught my attention. I really enjoy using them. My wife bought me a Buck 110 in 5160. Its heavy and very comfortable. I consider it the quintessential American single blade folder. Maybe that title belongs to something like the Sodbuster? I just ordered a Mercator K55K in carbon steel. I have doubts about how comfortable it will be but the design has been continuously produced for 150+ years. They must still sell for a reason. What other super simple traditional knives am I missing out on? The Douk Douk looks like a real piece of crap. I'm going to skip that one.