Kershaw Nura

Kershaw Nura

The Kershaw Nura is a Dmitry Sinkevich designed folder that uses the Kershaw’s KVT ball-bearing system for smooth, easy opening without a mechanical assist. It’s very well balanced and comfortable in the hand. The Nura handle design has a sleek, streamlined look and feel, while still feeling robust and durable. Both the blade and the handle are titanium carbo-nitride coated for a matte gray finish, while the handle flats have been sanded to provide a desirable satin finish. Great jimping and blade shape make this a great EDC knife that you won’t hesitate to use an abuse. See all details at www.knifecenter.com.

Kershaw 1555ST Cryo

Kershaw 1555ST Cryo
The Kershaw Cryo assisted opening folder is quite the treat for those looking to get an inexpensive Rick Hinderer designed knife with a high-quality build. The Cryo as a tough frame lock with lockbar stabilization. The Cryo also features Kershaw’s SpeedSafe assisted opening for fast and easy on handed opening. The stainless steel blade and handle are bead blast finished. The blade is deployed with a push of the ambidextrous thumb stud of flipper. The pocket clip is four way reversible for multiple carry options. See this great knife at www.knifecenter.com.

Spyderco C86GFBLP Spin Sprint Run Folder

Spyderco C86GFBLP Spin Sprint Run Folder
Spyderco’s Spin was designed to be a compact folder with the largest possible cutting performance and great ergonomics. The Spin features a blue Nishijin glass fiber handle which is wide enough to fill the hand quite well, even with it’s diminutive size. The Wharncliffe style blade is made from VG-10 stainless steel with a long flat cutting surface and slightly rounded tip that works well when cutting with detail and especially cleaning beneath fingernails. This frame lock design keep the overall knife profile as thin as possible without sacrificing strength. This is an awesome design we are pleased to see back, check it out at www.knifecenter.com.

Medford TFF1 Tactical Fighting Folder

Medford TFF1 Tactical Fighting Folder

The TFF-1 Tactical Fighting Folder is an absolute monster of a knife developed for military & law enforcement personnel. It’s a big, beefy blade that you 100% can count on whenever you might need it and whatever you may need it for. The handle is made with a solid titanium frame lock and your choice from a variety of G10 face scales. The tip-up carry pocket clip is sized appropriately for this folder and is extremely strong. The wide, spear point blade is made from 0.19″ thick D2 steel with a black oxide finish and a hollow grind. The TFF-1 is an ambidextrous one-hand opener and built entirely in the USA. It is up to just about any challenge, check it out at www.knifecenter.com.

Avispa Folding Knives Designed by ESEE

Avispa Folding Knives Designed by ESEE

Designed by the survival experts over at ESEE Knives, Mike Perrin and Jeff Randall, and produced by Blue Ridge Knives, the Avispa is a hybrid between the Ontario RAT handle combined with the blade style of the Zancudo folder. Compared to the Zancudo, it features a larger, more capable 3.5″ blade for better cutting power. Features a nice, slim design with a full-size blade in stonewash or black. Handles are textured FRN (Fiberglass Reinforced Nylon) in the front with a stainless steel back. The framelock lockup feels solid and the blade easily glides open using the dual-thumb stubs. The Avispa will surely appeal to many with its 4-way pocket clip making it 100% ambidextrous. Overall, this is a great choice for an EDC for anyone looking for a high quality, full-size folder not looking to break the bank. See all models at www.knifecenter.com.

Bad Blood Cross Fire Tanto

Bad Blood Cross Fire Tanto

I was pleasantly surprised when unboxing the new Bad Blood Cross Fire Tanto. This reminds me alot of some other knives by popular manufacturers for a fraction of the price. The fit and finish done on the textured G10 handles are just exceptional. The grooved handles feel formed-fitted and feel very natural and secure while the flipper makes it very easy to quickly deploy your blade. Most of the knives I carry are set tip-down (personal preference) so may take a little getting used to the tip-up only pocket clip. However, with the design and value of this knife, it’s definitely not a deal breaker. This is a knife you can count on day in and day out. For more info to www.knifecenter.com.

Kizer Cutlery Ki4423 Frame Lock

Kizer Cutlery Ki4423 Frame Lock

The design on the handle of the Kizer Ki4423 is a work of art…literally. The designer (Kim Ning) incorporated two important Ancient Chinese Symbols: “Ling Zi (Pheasant Tail)” and “Hui ZhuanLun (Gyroscopewheel)” inspired by a treasured Chinese sword. It has probably the smoothest opening action of any knife I’ve ever seen, probably because it is made entirely by hand. The fit, finish, buttery smooth action, razor sharpness, and materials are exactly what you look for in a knife twice this price. The new 4423 from Kizer is a knife you must handle to appreciate just how nice it really is, check it out at www.knifecenter.com.