We’re always psyched when we get to add a new brand to our catalog. DoubleStar, originally a firearms company, has branched into the world of knives with some pretty rugged tactical models. Check out our video where we run through our favorites, then head over to KnifeCenter to add one to your arsenal.
It’s compact, it’s useful and let’s be honest, it’s downright cute – any real man can admit that. Looking to add a useful karambit to your EDC or keyring? Check out our video where we show you just how much Fox Knives‘ Mini-Ka folding karambit can handle.
Spyderco has debuted a new limited edition variation of their popular Para 3 and once we got our hands on it, we knew we had to shoot some sweet footage and share our thoughts. Check out the video to learn more about this highly anticipated model, then head over to KnifeCenter to grab one before they’re gone!
We were lucky enough to score a great new batch of custom knives this week, and we’re also showing off a new brand – DoubleStar Knives! Check out the list below to put one of these awesome custom or mid-tech knives in your pocket.
DoubleStar is a firearms company based out of Winchester, Kentucky that has been focused on creating rifles for the commercial market as well as law enforcement and military forces around the world. Over the past couple of years, they have started making some rugged tactical knives built in-house in the United States and we are very excited to bring them to our customers.
It’s mid-August, and we here in Fredericksburg, Virginia still have plenty of time to get some solid camping sessions in before winter makes it extra fun. If you’re looking to upgrade your pack or pocket with some new outdoor essentials, you’ll find some great options in this list of eight must-have survivalist tools.
The Ignitor sets the standard for value-priced, high-tech folding knives with its patented features and layered G10 handle scales. Not only do you get the surefire action of its OutBurst assisted deployment, but you also get the security of CRKT’s patent-pending Fire Safe mechanism. This design offers the best integration of folder safety and fast access that we’ve ever seen in a sport or work folder. We have plain blade options and models with Veff serrations, which are great for cutting cord, netting, and vegetation quickly.
KnifeCenter’s got a great batch of new custom knives from Bill Koenig, Tim Britton, Justin Gingrich, and more. If you’ve been looking to add to your EDC rotation or knife collection, we have a feeling you’ll be filling up your cart with at least one of these beauties.
Do yourself a favor and add a Koenig Arius to your collection right now while we have them in stock. This is one of our favorite custom knives. It’s precision machined with amazing action and stellar ergonomics, making it a do-it-all knife that will become a go-to in your EDC rotation straight away.
Love the look and feel of Dmitry Sinkevich’s designs but don’t have Zero Tolerance money? Enter the Concierge, his new flipper collaboration with Kershaw. The clean, refined look is paired with black G10 handle scales, a custom inset pivot, and a backspacer with raised jimping. This knife fits your hand comfortably and flips smoothly thanks to Kershaw’s manual KVT ball-bearing system. Considering it’s less than forty bucks, adding this compact flipper to your cart seems like a no-brainer.
New month, new customs! This week we’re showing off some incredible designs from Mikkel Willumsen, Kansei Matsuno, Darrel Ralph, and more. You’ll even find a teaser for some tactical flippers from HEAdesigns that we’re dropping today.
Kansei Matsuno’s knives are a perfect blend of form, function, and meticulous Japanese quality that you can carry with you at all times. This might be our favorite Kansei design to date, and it’s available in either friction folding or liner locking variants.
Looking for a knife that’s ready to work as hard as you are? Hinderer may have what you’re looking for with the XM-18 Gen 6, Half Track, and Firetac folders. Check out our review, then head over to KnifeCenter to grab one (or two – you never know) for yourself.