While Brad Zinker has had quite a few collaborations with Böker at this point, the Urban Trapper is still the design he’s best known for. These production models have been beefed up from the custom version, with wider handles and a slightly thicker blade making for a more robust EDC folder – with five different versions available.
This isn’t your garden variety Gnome. Böker Plus and Jesper Voxnaes collaborated on the Gnome fixed blade, packing a 2″ blade and micarta handle scales into a pleasantly efficient, low-profile package.
If you like a large folder, Andrew Demko and Lynn Thompson have designed the perfect knife for you. Modeled after the classic Indo-Persian sword of the same name, the Cold Steel Talwar is practically a sword itself, with an oversized 7.25″ handle and mammoth 5.5″ blade.
Spyderco gave the beloved Manix 2 a makeover just for KnifeCenter, beefing up the blade with CTS-XHP stainless steel and rendering the FRN handle scales in a one-of-a-kind brown. These awesome modifications yield a new version of the perennial favorite folder that’s as collectible as it is functional.
This weekend treat yourself to a new knife and multi-function bottle opener, neatly contained in the Kershaw KBO Set. At $19.95 it doesn’t even count as splurging.
The SOG S66 PowerAssist takes multi-tools to a new level. This is the first in the world to house not just one but two SOG Assisted Technology blades. Start to open the main blades, which are available when the main tool is closed, and SAT takes over to complete opening. When not in use, these blades lock closed using the patent pending side release. Flip open the tool and experience the precision of the heavy-duty plier capability and large wire cutters. Smooth handle surfaces promote comfort on even the toughest jobs. To learn more about this product, click here. To see our entire inventory, visit knifecenter.com
The long-awaited BRS Barebones is finally here, and it’s everything we could have hoped for. This all stainless steel balisong delivers the slick style and high performance you’ve come to expect from a BRS balisong, but at their most affordable price point yet.
To get some insight into the design process for the Barebones, check out this interview with BRS co-founder and designer Lawrence Ho.