The Fallkniven PC is a perfect everyday carry knife. It’s lightweight, durable, slim, ergonomic, and quality. With a fiberglass reinforced Grilon handle and a blade is made of Cobalt Special Steel, you get a lot of knife for the money. The blade has nail notches on both sides of the blade for use by right and left handers and can be classified as a two-handed opening knife. No lanyard hole or jimping whatsoever on this guy but it does have a nice, easy to manipulate liner lock for safety. See more at www.knifecenter.com.
This is a very nice folder with a top-of-the-line stonewashed S35VN stainless steel blade. The blue anodized titanium handle has a sturdy frame-lock and a custom finished surface texture which provides better than adequate grip. The design is set up with a tip-up carry pocket clip and comes with nylon belt sheath to protect it. The blade is very well balanced and I have found it to be extremely easy to open with one hand using the thumb stud. It’s a classic folding design with superb ergonomics and even better fit and finish. Pro-Tech really give Chris Reeve a run for his money when it comes to manufacturing quality – each knife is absolutely superb. Check them out at www.knifecenter.com.
All of these Maxpedition fixed blade knives are extremely durable and would be a perfect addition to any pack. If you are hunting, fishing, camping, or just breaking down cardboard, these knives can do the job. At Maxpedition, they believe that the best knife is the knife you have on you and these fixed blades are very easy to carry with their lightweight designs and excellent Kydex sheaths. Maxpedition founder Tim Tang draws upon his passion for tactical knives and a decade of collaborations with the industry’s top custom knife makers to debut this design. They look like Mad Dog Knives and hopefully perform like them. See all 12 models at www.knifecenter.com.
This multi-tool from Jason Brous packs a lot of great features into such a compact, good looking package. Useful tools such as key ring to attach, strap cutter, bottle opener, hex wrench (multiple sizes), flat head screwdriver and mini pry bar along with a thoughtful user design. Measuring 2.75″ overall, it is made from 1/8″ thick heat treated D2 steel so you know it’s tough as nails. Check out the next evolution of the keychain multi-tool at www.knifecenter.com.
Darrel Ralph is one of our favorite designers for his truly unique designs and the new Skull Push Rod is definitely something different. It’s to be carried tucked in a pocket like a knife and can be used to punch holes in soft material, break brittle mediums like ice and glass, and even be used as a push dagger in a self defense situation. Each skull is hand ground and features a 3.5″ titanium rod that is replaceable if ever damaged. Get yours before they’re gone for good, available at the www.knifecenter
Brand new from CRKT, the grooved pattern stainless steel handle makes the Cobia one beautiful knife. With the Outburst assist opening mechanism and tapered thumb stud, opening this knife is a breeze. Also includes a stainless steel, tip down carry pocket clip and simple dependable frame lock, both sleek and sturdy. This knife is a must see, so check it out at www.knifecenter.com.
Made in America, the brown anodized Ken Onion Blur with a stonewashed Elmax blade is the next highly collectible knife in this awesome family. Elmax is widely considered one of the best all purpose stainless steels available at the moment with superior corrosion resistance and edge holding capabilities. Dual angled thumb studs and the SpeedSafe mechanism ensure a smooth one-handed open every time. Includes a two-way clip for tip-up or down, right handed carry. It’s a perfect addition to any pocket, take a closer look at www.knifecenter.com.
What are you carrying today? I have my Spyderco Brad Southard Flipper.