Wenger Highlander The Wenger Highlander model is two-layer Swiss Army Knife with the classic tool configuration found on the Commander model, except the corkscrew has been replaced with a Phillips Screwdriver.

A very similar model, the Dayhiker, features a locking blade (see Variations).

The more recent Evo 11 has the same basic tools with ergonomic handles. The Highlander name was also used for at least one other 3-layer model that adds a choke-tool.

Discontinued model.

Layer Tools

Back-Layer Tools


Wenger Highlander, Choke Tool
Wenger Highlander, Choke Tool
Red Synthetic is standard, but the Highlander is available in a variety of solid and translucent colors and camouflage patterns.


  1. Serrated main blade.
  2. Camouflage scaled versions with low-reflectance grey anodized or coated tools.
  3. With Toothpick and Tweezers - model 1.11.03 later listed as Classic 11
  4. Maybe Different Model Name: Shotgun choke tool. (third layer is added)
  5. The Dayhiker was a special model made exclusively for the US outdoor equipment company Eddie Bauer, and features a locking main-blade, toothpick, and tweezers.

Physical Specifications

  • Length: 85mm
  • Width:
  • Weight:


Related Knives 

  • Commander - Corkscrew replaces Phillips screwdriver.
  • Evo 11 - Adds toothpick, tweezers, and Evo scales.
  • Canyon - 1.65" Small blade replaces nail file/cleaner.
  • Apprentice - Removes back side tools.
  • Backpacker - Adds wood saw, Phillips screwdriver is replaced with a corkscrew.
  • Evo 16 - Adds scissors, toothpick, tweezers, Evo scales.
  • Classic 16 - Adds scissors, toothpick and tweezers.


  • Tinker - Similar Victorinox model.

Victorinox Models

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85mm 1 2 3 4 5 + Image
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Wenger Models

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