A New Genre: The Best Executive Knives

Today we’re going to be looking at a genre of knives that we’re calling Executive Knives, which you can find at KnifeCenter.com.

Characterized by narrow handles and long, slender blades, these fancier knives are more refined than the typical, broad-bladed framelocks we’ve gotten used to these days. Nice and elegant, they’d fit right in when dressed in a suit or office attire and are just what you need to create the right impression.

But they aren’t just good looking, they are ready to throw down as well. One could even argue that these blade shapes are more useful. They have more in common with old school slipjoints than anything else. Their precision and ability to execute fine cuts in tight places are what has made these shapes useful for generations. Add in the best modern steels and locking mechanisms, and they can still get the job done today.

 

 

Lone Wolf Knives Paul Executive New Handles

Lone Wolf Knives Paul Executive New Handles
Lone Wolf Knives Paul Executive New Handles
Lone Wolf Knives creates some great knives. The Paul Knives have been a hit since they reintroduced them years ago. These Executive models are really great and the handles are striking. The Snakewood is just really classy. The inlaid model is worked by Santa Fe Stoneworks and is really handsome.
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