WHAT IS THE SPECIAL MOMENT OR MEMORY YOU HAD WITH YOUR DAD? CIVIVI
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How To Enter Contest

Our fathers are heros who are always there to care and provide.
Share a special moment you had with your dad this year,
or a special memory that helps you remember your dad.

Prize To Win

💥4 lucky winners will be randomly picked on May 28th
Each winner will receive a CIVIVI Special Gift Pack (valued at $87.9)

Contest Rules

☑️ You must be at least 18 years of age to enter.

☑️ Contest is closed to states or countries where the knife is prohibited.

☑️ Winners will have 48hrs to respond, qualify for, and claim the prize via email.

☑️ If the prize is not claimed within 48 hrs an alternate winner will be selected.

 

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148 comments

Todd Seymour

Todd Seymour

Getting up at four am to go duck hunting on lake Okeechobee and freezing 🥶🥶🥶
Something I’ll remember forever.

Simion Florin-Andrei

Simion Florin-Andrei

I remember that I have gone to a fishing trip with my dad and he sent me back home to get his knife, because he forgot it, he didn’t want to use mine or something else.

Brad Edwards

Brad Edwards

My favorite memory with my dad is when he drove the family along the coast on vacation.

Scott Magruder

Scott Magruder

CIVIVI is making some amazing and affordable EDC knives. Always keeping it fresh, functional and relevant!

Joe Tanner

Joe Tanner

Great looking knives

Ross Blackard

Ross Blackard

My dad has taught me many lessons on how to properly/improperly use knives throughout the years. I can remember going on vacations and stoping by Smokey Mountain Knife Works as a kid. We both would spend hours just talking and looking at the knives there. It is something that I will always remember and a bond that we will always have.

mith

mith

Waking up @ 4am when I was 7 yrs old to go on a fishing trip for the first time on a boat & catching over 60 perch. This was 50 yrs ago as my Dad is now 81 & on Dialysis but still kickin like a warrior

Thumpwrstain

Thumpwrstain

I remember being 4, getting splinters in my hand and my dad bringing over his pocket knife to work them out. Not knowing that’s how you did it, I took off running, convinced I was going to be stabbed for climbing the fence.

Victor

Victor

My dad gifted me his old slip joint knife that my grandfather gifted to him.

Kevin

Kevin

My father gave me my first ever swissarmy knife when I was around 8 for my scout camp. The camp was awfully hard, but the lil’ knife was very handy, and saved it.

Kuba

Kuba

My dad was the one to show how to use a knife not only in daily life, but also in though situations – like in a cave. During my Master degree studies I descent into the deps of the Earth more tha than 50 times! Knife was a crucial tool for me then. Once even it cut a rope to let loose spare gear – without it, I could get to the surface by myself.

Jake Adamson

Jake Adamson

My dad was my scout master. He gave me my first SAK when I earned it.

Mitchell Blessinger

Mitchell Blessinger

My favorite memory of my dad was him getting me out of day care early and going fishing

Ira Lancon

Ira Lancon

Is it time for my first CIVIVI blade?

Rowan Murphy

Rowan Murphy

My favorite memory with my dad is when I bought him his first knife as a father’s day gift. He wasn’t sure at first, but he quickly became a knife guy after using it for just a little while. We bonded over this connection.

Ahmad Almater

Ahmad Almater

What a great way to treat us Civivi fans. Thanks Civivi for this giveaway. And I really hope I win something before I die 😂 keep the good work 👍🏼 and congratulations to whomever wins in advance

Fred

Fred

My dad isn’t connected to me by blood, but he’s the best dad I could’ve ever asked for. Best moments with my Dad were those hot days when we’d go to work together and he’d buy us something delicious to eat while we talked about random stuff and drank ice cold drinks. Something about it just hit different despite having more work waiting for us after. He isn’t perfect, but he definitely made a positive impact shaping me into the man I am today. Gracias por todo Papa.

Anders

Anders

I used to go fishing with my dad on his boat from a very young age, north of Trondheim (Norway). So I learned a lot about knives and knife safety on a small fishing boat from him at a young age. So those are some memories I will always cherish. I also learned a lot about knives from my grandfather since I was a lot closer to him, and I think I got most of the appreciation for knives from my grandfather. Always having a knife available for me and for him when doing chores or just camping and hiking. Some of the best memories I have from a young age.

Huy Nguyen

Huy Nguyen

My dad was POW after VN war, so he was in POW prison for 7 years. It wreaked havoc on his body and so he was always very small in stature. My earliest memories with him were when I was a kid, he would let me sit on his shoulders to watch Lunar New \Year Lion Dancing as I was a fanatic when I was a kid. You don’t really appreciate what your parents do for you until you have kids of your own. So as a Dad.. I finally learned how much love he had for me and how much crap he had to take from me as a kid.

Cecil Parsons

Cecil Parsons

Steve came into my life when I needed a father figure the most. I was 10 years old, and never had a man to call dad. My mother met him and the connection between us was instantaneous, we bonded over music, cars, mtn biking and much more. 30 years later, i can truly call him my Dad and would never see it any other way. He makes me feel proud of our life together and I look up to him with tremendous respect and gratitude. Thank you Dad for all you have done.

Tyler Barnes

Tyler Barnes

Fondest memories of dad was skipping school or church, staying home watching Conan the Barbarian, Predator and Total Recall. All movies my mom wouldn’t let me watch.

Bryce Parker

Bryce Parker

Getting my dad his first pocket knife, a civivi praxis. Now we share the knife collecting hobby

Kent

Kent

My father worked with and by his hands. They were rough, scarred and strong. In later years arthritis denied him the ability to make a strong grip. I still showed him my new knives, but I had to open them. Some of the new ball bearing knives might have worked for him.

Phil

Phil

Dad is the one who got me into all of the cool stuff… camping, working on cars, always carrying a pocket knife. Things that make you a complete and well rounded person. Back then I had a Swiss Army knife and a Camillus Army utility knife… great for opening cans and tightening screws.Now i carry a multi tool and a dedicated picket knife. Some lessons dad teaches you last all your life.

Destry Wilcox

Destry Wilcox

The time we spent hunting together rare to have one on one time when you have 9 other siblings.

Antonio Tavares

Antonio Tavares

My birth father was never in the picture when I was growing up. I learned later in life that this was a good thing as he turned out to be a terrible human overall. All three of my sisters have the same father, however, and this was who raised me growing up. From the moment that he came into my life until his dying days he never once thought of, looked at, or treated me as anything other than his son. He taught me more than he probably realized as I watched and imitated EVERYTHING that he did and said. He was always a well-groomed and fashionable man so any time I go for a haircut, have a shave, or spray on some cologne I am reminded of all of the times that I spent observing him do the same. I look forward to teaching these habits to my son as well in his coming years. Happy early Father’s Day to all of the Dads out there; whether biological, step, or otherwise!

Andrew Morris

Andrew Morris

I remember going out and learning how to fish with my Dad. I caught a large mouth bass and he let me keep it as a pet in a fish tank at our house. I myself am a new dad and can’t wait to teach my son the same way my dad taught me.

Alberto Hedrosa

Alberto Hedrosa

I work together with my dad, and he’s always teaching me better ways to do my job, and he always solves all problems we find each day. I’m very grateful to him.

Robert Chambers

Robert Chambers

My dad taught me everything i know. He was always there when i needed him. I credit him for the man i am today and do my best to make him proud. He collected knives which is where my love for knives came from. I wish we could have had more time together. I love and miss him so much everyday.

James Hopkins

James Hopkins

My Dad had a knife in WWll that my Grandfather made it was a fixed blade knife! Now I owned it & passed it down to my nephew!
My Dad is no longer here but he loved knives!

Vicente Arroxellas

Vicente Arroxellas

I need CIVIVI 🇧🇷

James Hopkins

James Hopkins

I own a few Civivi knifes! I really like my Black Button Lock knife!
I want to buy more knives they are great value for the money!
Everyone who collects knives should own Civivi knives!
They are worth the money!

Pyung hun Park

Pyung hun Park

As of nature of work I do, I need to stay competitive many times, and each time of critical moment, I remind myself what my dad told me: “Do just enough that you know you did what you can and wont regret” and I go back to this phrase over and over because after all what the results were, I rather did my best, or had regret.

Minh

Minh

My father and I this year made countless trips to department stores and he taught me some basic woodworking skills, and I was able to make him his own shelves for his Mario figure collection. Thankfully, I had good tools, guidance, and my trusty Altus to help me with my projects.

Jack Bachman

Jack Bachman

I got my dad into edc gear and would like to help him expand his collection of gear.

David

David

My father passed away from Covid in May of 2020. I was going through his belongings when I found his knives. Nothing special, but that sparked my interest and started my collecting.

Rob McLaughlin

Rob McLaughlin

I have an old wood pocket knife my father gave me, and though it’s dull and beaten up, it still brings back many good memories through the years

Hendrik Villaflor

Hendrik Villaflor

My dad loves knives the way I do. He used to make machetes and bolos with fiber glass sheaths. I’m thankful that I got the same interest.

Anthony Bates

Anthony Bates

My Dad is no longer with me, he passed in 2013. But my fondest memory that I love telling people, is when my dad took my brother through a military base tear gas training room. My Dad was a Recruit Division Commander (RDC) in the navy, at the time. He had my brother and I out for a day of fun but needed to go back to base to grab a few things. As we were following my dad, he says, let’s take a short cut. He opens a door and proceeds forward, my brother and I quickly follow, but once we enter the room, our eyes start burning and we start coughing. All we can hear is my dad laughing and saying following my voice. My brother and I tried to follow directions toward his voice, but failed miserably. What felt like an eternity was only about a minute in real life. My Dad walked back in and grabbed us and left us out. You could hear lots of laughter as my dad’s navy buddies were howling. He immediately walked us to a hose and had us rinse our faces off and told us to open our eyes to the water. My brother and I were livid that day. I now look back and laugh because it reminds me of the practical joker my dad was. He never took life too serious. And now as an adult, I’m just like him. I miss him everyday, but I have a whole lot of good memories

Robert Glass

Robert Glass

My Civivi addiction needs feeding!

Bryan Bowman

Bryan Bowman

My family owned a local sporting goods business for decades. All of my best childhood memories are looking at the knife cases and going out in the woods with one of my dad’s old knives. Sadly, we lost the store to a fire, but i will never forget the knife love forged in that store with my Dad.

Ki

Ki

My dad never gave me a knife..

Igor

Igor

Special moment for me was when i was 6 and got my first pocket knife a victorinox!😎

Mubark Dawod

Mubark Dawod

Im in the lookout for a knife to pass to my son a long with one i got from my father

Tyler

Tyler

I once lost my dad’s pocket knife in some cotton seed that was used as cattle feed. I reluctantly went to tell him. He grabbed a magnet and we searched for it together and somehow found it. It was a needle in a haystack situation but thanks to his patience it was a great learning experience for me.

James Porter

James Porter

Thanks for re the chance. Love your knives

Randall Masoner

Randall Masoner

I only got to visit my Dad during the summers. We would go to the movies and watch all the summer hits.

Brice DGL

Brice DGL

every time he helps me to do some work in my house on something that I don’t know how to do

Stephen Wright

Stephen Wright

Civivi Father’s Day pack? Sign me up!

Jonathan

Jonathan

My dad gave me my first knife, a Swiss army knife, at the age of 8. It started me down th road to loving knives!