Help us Redesign our Site!

We think that our site is still the best for finding what you want. Admittedly, there are some weak points and we are addressing them. By this summer we will have an entirely new site and hope to have some features that you will really like. The intention is not to “beautify” the site (although we can pretty it up a bit) but to improve the functionality. We could use your input. We have a survey page that will take you about 1 minute to fill out and we would greatly appreciate any help you could give us.
Thanks!

SHOT Show 2009 News Day 2!

Day 2 at the The Shooting Hunting and Outdoors Trade show!
Lots of news for the knife lovers out there!
Gerber Knives: Some great new products including a smaller version of the popular Machete. Plus a new tool similar to the Leatherman Skeletool, but with no bit driver and so it is thicker and has plastic handles. They have a new line called the Metolius that is similar to the Gator line but with a lower price. Look for some great military tools and collapsible axe. They have some creative multitools – as usual! And, an assisted opening Applegate Covert and a fully automatic Applegate folder!
Boker knives of Solingen will offer a slew of new products this year. It’s their 140th anniversary and they are offering a different limited edition every month! The first month is a Swiss style multitool with a stag handle. They will offer 2 new straight razors with more reasonable pricing. A Devin Thomas Damascus folder, some Bob Dozier models, two really creative models designed by Todd Begg, some great, new Applegates including some with wood handles, some new designs from Boker Arbolito, a new Wegner mini knife, several new Chad Los Banos models and more.
More Later!

New Navigation Menus!

New Menu!
We are starting to integrate a new menu system at the KnifeCenter. Right now, you will only see it on the item detail pages (go to any item to see it), but soon they will be all over the site. The menu options drop down when your mouse passes over them and allow for the most complete navigation possible. Try it out and let us know what you think!