Spyderco Spy-DK Slipjoint

The low-profile Spy-DK transposes Spyderco’s distinct styling and superior build quality to an Italian-made slipjoint folder. The 2.69″ blade and non-locking, two-handed opening were designed to comply with Danish knife laws, which makes it the perfect EDC for stricter localities.

Cold Steel Talwar

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.

Leatherman Rebar Multi-Tool

The always-reliable Leatherman rounded out their “heritage” line of products with the Rebar, packing a staggering 17 tools into a four-inch frame. As if that wasn’t enough, the Rebar is also the first in its size to feature Leatherman’s replaceable wire cutters.

Spyderco Large Lum in Pink

The late, great, Bob Lum really knocked it out of the park on the Large Lum, combining a simple, ergonomic handle with a uniquely oversized blade – to great effect. The pink G10 scales make this a fun juxtaposition between playful and formidable, and it’s a hell of a lot of Spyderco for $79.95.