Terrain 365 calls the Bali-Ti a “utility balisong for EDC.” It features a long-lasting 3.75″ blade made from their proprietary Terravantium alloy. Its 4″ titanium handles have jimping for a firm grip, and its joints have quality bronze bushings. If you’re looking for something a little smaller, check out their Mini-Butterfly knife.
The makers of the Aleman pocket knife are back with another beautiful knife design. In the interest of sustainability, these knives have blades made from reclaimed antique sawmill blades and handles crafted from whiskey barrel oak and abundant Manitoba maple. Choose from a 13cm long Utility or 18cm Santoku knife.
Do you collect pocket knives? Keep them organized and easily accessible in this clamshell organizer case. It holds up to 64 knives in its four storage flaps, each lined with numerous elastic straps. You can also use it to store other kinds of pocket tools.
The one indispensable tool in every pocket, backpack, or gear kit is a quality folding knife. Everyday Carry put together an excellent buying guide with 21 great pocket knives, from traditional wood-handled models to modern, carbon fiber designs. There’s a knife for everyone, with prices ranging from $10 to $310.
Gear Aid’s versatile drop-point knife is ideal for outdoor adventures. It has a titanium-coated 3″ steel blade with straight and serrated edges, plus a glass breaker and bottle opener at its rear. Its full tang construction means long life, and it comes with a quick-release sheath that can be mounted to webbing or a belt.
NEBO’s pocket tool combines three useful functions in one. In addition to working as a 2200mAh emergency power bank, it has a tri-mode 400 lumen flashlight, and a 3″ utility blade. It’s made from anodized aluminum, is water- and impact-resistant, and is USB rechargeable.
Despite its minimal looks, this flat bar of machined grade-5 titanium can be very useful. Its tip can be used as a pry bar, while its side functions as a sharp cutting tool. Its handle comes wrapped with paracord, which can be unwound and used in an emergency. Measures appx. 7.9″ long.
EDCfans’ stainless steel keychain tool combines a retractable box cutter/utility knife with a bottle opener, multi-wrench, slotted and Phillips screwdrivers, a carbide glass breaker, and an imperial/metric mini-ruler. It takes standard utility blades and comes with a detachable skull design belt/pocket clip.
The cute-as-a-bug Mini Bugout is an everyday carry pocket knife small enough to pack inside an Altoids tin. Scaled down to a closed length of 3.7” and weighing in at just 1.5 ounces, Benchmade’s baby is made of CPM-S30V blade steel with a Grivory handle, making it tough enough for adventures big and small.
Victorinox celebrates the very first Swiss Army Knife with a recreation of Karl Elsener’s 1897 original. Just 10,000 of these replica knives will be produced, each featuring six tools, 18 components, and vulcanized fiber scales just like the classic. The main upgrade is the move to stainless steel from carbon steel. Drops 6.10.2022.
This tough and versatile everyday knife features a 3.4″ clip-point straight blade set into an aluminum body. Its deeply-textured glass-reinforced nylon handles offer exceptional grip, while its lockback mechanism ensures it won’t open unless you really mean it.
This miniscule titanium knife from EDCFORYOU makes a great addition to a keychain or pendant. The pinky-sized knife offers a scalpel-style stainless steel blade that folds safely inside its skeletonized titanium frame. It measures 2.4″ long when open and just 1.4″ long when closed.
This unique folding knife might be called the Grouper, but it looks like a chameleon sitting on a branch to us. It opens and closes using ball-bearing pivots, and its titanium frame has smooth, chamfered edges. In addition to its replaceable utility blade, it has a built-in carabiner clip and a glass breaker point.
Gerber’s ultra-compact, snub-nosed knife is perfect for cutting open packages and also small scraping tasks. It opens easily with either the nail nick or the starter hump on its back edge. It’s got anodized aluminum scales, a removable keychain loop, and a pocket clip. Comes in black/silver or brown/black combos.
WESN’s stubby little pocket knife weighs just 1oz. and measures just 3.75″ long when opened, but its D2 tool steel blade is still super useful for everyday tasks. It has Grade 5 titanium handle scales with optional G10 on one side. It has ceramic bearings, a frame lock, and a thumb flipper for quick and confident deployment.
This compact, fixed-blade bowie knife from CRKT and designer Alan Folts features a 2.13″ stainless steel blade embellished with H.P. Lovecraft’s creepy creation, Cthulhu on both sides. Its blue thermoplastic handle has a textured grip, and both it and its sheath glow in the dark.
This pocket-friendly folding knife features a ceramic blade that’s sharp enough to slice through cardboard, clamshell packaging, paper, tape, and string, but less likely to cut skin. It has an ambidextrous design and is compatible with both rounded- and pointed-tip blades, which last about 11x longer than steel blades.
This set of camping tools and accessories is an outstanding value. It includes a hunting knife, a multi-function axe, and a machete, each with one-piece steel construction and a sheath. There’s also a 250-lumen flashlight, 50 feet of paracord, a stone blade sharpener, a flint firestarter stick, and five carabiner clips.
StatGear’s small but mighty pocket knife has an incredibly sharp D2 steel blade, connected to a skeletonized stainless steel frame. Its 2″ blade deploys quickly with a ball-bearing hinge, while its 3″ ergonomic handle is designed for a firm and reassuring grip.
This folding knife is ideal for outdoor meal prep. Its 2.45″ Sandvik 12c27 steel blade slices meats and veggies for your campsite cookouts with ease and holds closed with a friction fold mechanism. It’s also available with titanium handle scales, though we prefer the classic style of the rosewood.
A group of knifemakers is participating in a challenge to make the best dagger they can from a random assortment of scrap metal. Black Beard Projects shows off how they made their entry into the contest, which we have to say is quite a handsome weapon. Check out the other entries and vote for your favorite here.
Designer and knifemaker Anthony “Ant” Richards takes inspiration from the classic No. 11 scalpel and updates it into a contemporary style. The slimline Crow Peck Scalpel is made from a billet of hollow ground D2 tool steel. They’re available in a stonewashed grey or black finish and include a matching Kydex sheath.
This versatile pocket knife is ready for everyday adventures. It packs in a dozen functions including a large main blade, bottle opener, wire stripper, flat and Phillips screwdrivers, can opener, toothpick, tweezers, a wood saw, and more. Available in classic red, black, or army green camouflage.
This pocket-sized tool from Big Idea Design combines a one-handed utility knife with several useful functions. Despite its minimal looks, it works as a flat-head screwdriver, pry bar, scraper, 1/4″ hex driver, a universal Metric/Imperial wrench, and more. It’s made from titanium with a rugged, stonewashed finish.