Spyderco Rubicon

The futuristic Rubicon from Peter Carey is possibly the coolest-looking Spyderco ever thanks to its unique lines, carbon fiber handle, and orange pivot collar. With a flipper tab to supplement the ubiquitous round hole you can open this knife in any number of ways – letting you quickly get to work with that S30V blade.

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.