KNIVES

Grayman Knives: Not Pretty, Just Tough

Made for the people who do tough jobs and need a knife they can always count on. Check out the Satu and Dua folders from Grayman Knives.

Lightweight Heavyweight

Over the years we’ve heard some forthright claims of tough knife steels claiming to hold an edge for a very long time. Today, many of the exotic...
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Kephart Revival!

One of the early pioneers of modern day Bushcrafting was Horace Kephart, an American outdoorsman who wrote extensively about camping in the wild in the late...
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Boker Vox Tool – Small,...

Even though virtually every pocket tool on the planet has a hole for a key ring, few of them ever make it on to mine. Either the tool is too big or heavy or...
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Brute Force!

W.R. Case & Sons is known for making some mighty fine pocketknives, and they’ve offered some fine fixed-blade hunting knives in their line over the years....
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Aggressive Elegance

V Nives may just be the coolest American cutlery outfit you’ve never heard of, but their slick designs are well worth your attention. The company was...
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Spear-Point Shaman

You can tell a successful brand by the number of models staying in the lineup, plus the different versions morphing out of the originals. The Spyderco...
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2QUARE, 2COOL

For years Ontario Knives was known for classic military and rugged outdoor fixed-blades. They dabbled in tactical folders but didn’t strike gold until...
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The Kopis STK

One place where the question “What is this younger generation coming to?” is in the cutlery industry. Sure, there was some hand-wringing among the older...
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Scintillating Steel!

The world of cutlery is laden with knives of every description, but few are what you’d call “transcendent.” The Zero Tolerance 0055 model is just such...
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