Kizer Cutlery Feist

The front flipper has yet to really take off, so we’re always excited to see it show up on a production model like this one…and that’s not even all there is to get excited about here. Driven by a lifelong passion for fine art and traditional craftsmanship, designer Justin Lundquist has crafted a truly gorgeous knife that’s almost dazzling in its simplicity. When you pair the stark efficiency of those elegant lines with Kizer’s always-reliable material choices, you end up with a low-profile gentleman’s folder that nevertheless performs like a workhorse. Click here to learn more about this knife.

Victorinox Swiss Army Cadet

There’s no question that Victorinox long ago set the gold standard for pocket multi-tools with their classic Soldier knife. The Cadet is a sleek variation on the theme, drawing inspiration from the Soldier knife and packing several tools into a slim, durable Alox aluminum frame. We got a great deal on these pink-handled variations, which dare we say would make a great gift for Mother’s Day if you tend to wait until the last minute like we do. Click here to learn more about the Cadet.

Kershaw Intellect

The Intellect is aptly named, because it’s one of the smartest EDC choices in Kershaw’s line-up. It’s small enough to disappear in the pocket, thanks to the deep-carry clip, while at the same time feeling hefty enough to take on the day. If you want a knife with a sense of style that you can still put to work, the Intellect smartly blurs the line between a gentleman’s folder and a true workhorse. Click here to learn more about this knife.