Bob wrote, "So why doesn't the Classic Stayglow knife appear on the Victorinox website?"
It changes from time to time. They make items in batches and with all the options, they can whip up a different model on the fly. I wish they could do custom orders. I've been told that the Climber is the only 91mm Stayglow model imported to the US and they market different models in different regions of the world. I haven't verified that.
There is a fellow who goes by Swiss Bianco who is doing all sorts of customizing and "splash" anodizing of the Alox models. He also has new scales (handles)for sale from time to time. He's the one I got the larger Stayglow scales from.
The Classic is listed on the web site, but the drop-down box doesn't work right--- I tried it in three different browsers.
I like bright colors on any of the knives I use outdoors, so you can find it if you drop it, etc. A camouflage knife doesn't make a lot of sense in a survival situation.
A couple of my favorites:
Benchmade Griptilian with orange scales:
The Griptilian is very left-handed friendly and has a premium steel blade (154CM) with a good locking mechanism.
Spyderco Ladybug in orange:
The Ladybug is a perfect lock-blade knife for a necklace or lanyard and very light.