Question: What does SGB stand for in Puma knives?

Got a couple of great deals and awesome knives, and then, I ordered one from their new SGB line. These are made from German blades, but assembeled in China. I think SGB stands for Sucker Gonna Buy it. The quality was laugable. I was so dissapointed that I emailed Puma.

Is Puma made in Germany?

Puma SE, branded as Puma, is a German multinational corporation that designs and manufactures athletic and casual footwear, apparel and accessories, which is headquartered in Herzogenaurach, Bavaria, Germany .Puma (brand)Puma headquarters in Herzogenaurach, GermanyArea servedWorldwide20 more rows

Is 1.4116 steel good for knives?

1.4116. This is the steel used in Swiss Army knives and is excellent for beginner sharpeners. Its very tough and exceptionally corrosion-resistant.

Is Puma a good brand?

Puma is a great shoe brand because it provides comfort for those who have injured their feet. Puma shoes come in an array of styles such as sports shoes, basketball trainer shoes, and heavy-duty boots.

Why is Puma called Puma?

When Rudolf Dassler founded his own shoe manufacturing company in 1948, he first named it “RUDA” – a combination of the first two letters of his first and last name. Fortunately, he quickly dismissed the idea and picked the name “PUMA”.

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