Easily one of the best deals of the year, our Benchmade Knife CompanyYear-End Sale has begun! If you want to pick up a knife from one of the greatest knife companies out there, head over to KnifeCenter to get the best deal. There’s still time to get your knives before Christmas! Check out our holiday shipping calendar so you can make sure your gifts are delivered before the big day.
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There are only 14 shopping days until Christmas, so if you’ve gotten most of the gifts on your list squared away but find you’re in need of some great stocking stuffers, check out our list of the best stocking stuffers at KnifeCenter. Remember – if you’re behind on buying presents and still need some helpful suggestions, we’re running a ton of awesome HolidaySales. Take advantage of some of the best holiday shopping deals we offer!
Of course, showing you a series of awesome stocking stuffers won’t do you any good if you don’t have a stocking to stuff in the first place. If you haven’t gotten in on these tactical stockings yet, there’s still time to have one delivered for Christmas Eve! These things are cool, they’re affordable (as low as $8.95), and best of all, you can deck them out with morale patches and any MOLLE gear you have on hand!
The intersection of beauty and precision is where Ken Steigerwalt does his best work, a true representation of where art and knives meet. From the material combinations to the fit and finish, there isn’t a single seam out of place. The Art Deco features faceted mother of pearl handle scales paired with a Heimskringla Damasteel tanto blade. The real star, however, is the Doug Ponzio Turkish Mosaic Damascus steel on the Wing, with redwood burl scales and scalloped Robert Eggerling Damascus bolsters providing the foundation for the stunning pattern on the blade.
There’s always a high that you get from being at a custom knife show that doesn’t wear off for a couple of weeks, especially when we get back and get to photograph and handle all the incredible custom knives we picked up. The New York Custom Knife Show was awesome and full of great pieces that we just have to show off – let us know your favorites in the comments!
Peter Rassenti’s signature Snafu 2.0 Flippers are amazing pieces from top to bottom. These knives are plenty strong and incredibly thin thanks to Peter’s trademark integral handle construction that uses a single piece of titanium for maximum strength. The 3.75” clip point blade offers plenty of reach, and we’ve got versions with CTS-XHP steel and Chad Nichols XHP-Core Damascus to go with the artfully machined single-piece frames.
As far as we’re concerned, the wooden handle scales really take the aesthetics of the elegant Nakamura to the next level, with the darker finish on the wood nicely offsetting the lighter stonewash finish of the blade. While the handle is the same shape as previous Nakamura variants, the smooth, contoured wood gives it an all-new feel in the hand. The four finger indents are going to give you a great sense of control over your cuts, and the overall design is topped off with a reversible, tip-up pocket clip.
Spyderco’s new limited edition Para 3 sports S35VN blade steel and earth brown G10 handle scales. This premium steel gives you a great combination of edge retention, durability, and corrosion resistance. The scales are lightly textured and offer a secure grip in the hand without adding bulk and the earth brown color is easy on the eyes, which pairs well with the satin finish on the blade and metallic pocket clip. Check out the full review on Spyderco’s latest limited edition run in the video!
We may only be a little more than halfway through 2018, but we’ve been wowed by the number of incredible knives that have made their way onto the scene this year. We’ve picked what we think are the best pocket knives (so far) of 2018. These are definitely must-have additions to any EDC rotation.
A gracious gift, indeed! If you haven’t been brushing up on your Hebrew lately, that’s what Hanan means – and it pretty much describes this folding knife to a T. Designed by custom knife maker Brad Southard, the Hanan is one of the best gentleman’s folding knives to hit the market this year. Unlike most Spyderco knives, the Trademark Round Hole is much smaller than you’ll typically see, which is because this Spydiehole is mostly aesthetic. Instead, you’re going to rely on the flipper tab to deploy the blade. In our opinion, a gentleman’s pocket knife has to have certain qualities to make it worthy of the title – and the Hanan delivers that in spades. The two-tone G10/titanium hybrid handles are smooth and have an elegance that screams ‘class’. Plus, you can’t go wrong with S30V steel.
Why we picked it: Brad Southard is an amazing knife maker and designer, and his collaborations with Spyderco are no exception. This knife combines great design with high-end materials.
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.