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New CRKT Knives for 2021

The new year is upon us and with it are new knife releases! CRKT has announced their 2021 lineup and there are some excellent new designs joining the roster. Do any of these have what it takes to be one of the best new knives of 2020? That is for you to judge. Read on to see the highlights!

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Combat/Tactical Knife & Gear Roundup: 9/27/2020

SOG continues to impress with a compact yet beefy folder, Gayle Bradley has a new fixed blade for Spyderco, Kizer introduces an affordable folder ready for the line of duty, and more this week.

Civivi Plethiros with Damascus blade resting on black rocks

Best Damascus Pocket Knives Under $100

It looks great, but is Damascus Steel any good? For sure! Made from two or more metals, the performance of a Damascus...
Outdoor & Survival Knives, Tools, & Gear: 11-30-2019

Survival/Outdoor “Cyber Monday” Knife & Gear Roundup: 11-30-2019

How about some early Cyber Monday deals for this week's roundup? Everything below is currently on sale at KnifeCenter.com for a limited...

Best Budget Knives Under $30: PART II

Welcome to part II of our list of the best budget knives under $30 available in 2019! Click HERE to check out...

KnifeCenter’s Favorite Knife Videos

Way back in 1882, America celebrated the very first Labor Day. This holiday commemorates the contributions of American workers who, day in and day...

Kershaw 1670NBSW Blur Folding Knife

The Kershaw Blur is a favorite among knife enthusiasts for it's speed and ergonomic design. It's a great general purpose knife that is as...

CRKT Ken Onion Skinner Sale

Kershaw 1670SWBR Blur by Ken Onion

Made in America, the brown anodized Ken Onion Blur with a stonewashed Elmax blade is the next highly collectible knife in this awesome family....

Columbia River K280TXP Ken Onion Hi Jinx

Winner of the 2014 BLADE Show Overall Knife of the Year Award and limited production of only 525 numbered pieces.   It's a "rip and tear...