GomCase ‘W’ Double Case
The Silky GomCase W Double Case rubber holster can store a Silky folding saw together with a pair of secateurs.The GomCase, being a Silky product, utilizes a special rubber that shares the same material as the handles found on any Silky folding saw. Therefore, this means that the folding saw will attach to the Gomcase and will not fall if you bend over.
It has two attachment options. The case has holes to which you can attach carabiners or D clips too, or you can thread a belt through the belt loops or use these loops to attach it to your backpack.
*This listing is for the Gomcase only, the secateurs and saw are so that you can see how they fit together.
ABOUT SILKY SAWS:
The clang of hammering resounded for the first time in the land of Kishi, Japan in 1919. Silky founder Mr. Katsuji Miyawaki utilized his artisan spirit to create and produce the “TAMAKITSUNE” the original brand of Silky. He put his heart, soul and unrelenting spirit into the development and manufacture of expertly designed, high-quality saws.
In 1970, the invention of the automatic saw setting machine created a significant revolution in the development of saws. Hence, Silky was the first to adopt this process. In 1980, Silky created and patented a proprietary saw setting process that provided a remarkable improvement in sharpness. The “4-RETSUME” and the “MIRAIME2” saws were created utilizing this advanced technology. In 1983, a unification of the company occurred, and the Silky name was applied to all products.
In 1985, Silky introduced both the “GOMTARO” and the “GOMBOY,” showcasing the first-ever rubber-clad handle. The design received the prestigious Japanese Good-Design prize and caused a sensation in the industry. The “GOMBOY” has become the industry standard for folding saws. Since then, Silky has introduced numerous other superior saw designs, further enhancing its long-standing reputation for excellence.
Silky continues to lead the industry in the development of epoch-making designs. Uichi Miyawaki now capably leads the company. Uichi inherited our founders mind, wisdom, entrepreneurial spirit and passion to continue to create the best possible saws in the world.
Today, Silky manufactures saws in Ono, Japan, renowned as the home of the finest cutlery steel known to man. Crafting fine wood cutting saws since the early 1900’s, Silky continues to raise the bar for quality, endurance and cutting efficiency that none can match. Leading the industry in both design and innovation, saw users are changing their language in all parts of the world from merely asking for a saw, to asking for a Silky.