THE BEST Knives

Kershaw Emerson CQC-2K Black

Kershaw Emerson CQC-2K Black

A beautiful and functional manual knife at a great price. Our friends at Massdrop are showing off this Kershaw Emerson knife with a 2.75″ long black-oxide coated stainless blade, and an easy to hold ergonomic handle.

The Modern Gaucho

The Modern Gaucho

A look at how Rodrigo Sfreddo created the Modern Gaucho, a knife made of damascus steel and ironwood. It received the American Bladesmith Society’s 2016 International Master Smith Knife of the Year. And we just earned at least three future Jeopardy! answers.

Bandit Titanium Keychain Knife

Bandit Titanium Keychain Knife

This tiny folding knife measures just 3″ long when fully opened, with a stubby, but sharp 1.2″ stainless steel locking blade, set into a titanium handle. A small loop makes it perfect for everyday carrying on your keychain.

Making Brock Lesnar’s Knife Tattoo

Making Brock Lesnar’s Knife Tattoo

Jimmy DiResta put on his best Man at Arms impression and made a real world replica of the long-ass knife tattooed on WWE wrestler Brock Lesnar’s torso. The result is as intimidating as it is impractical.

Animal Army Knive

Animal Army Knive

This whimsical Swiss army style knife packs in seven useful tools, while looking like various animals, including a rhino, a hippo, and a giraffe. Has a bottle opener, wire stripper, file, punch, flat/Phillips drivers, and a knife. We think they should have called it the ZooTool.

Making a Knife from a Saw Blade

Making a Knife from a Saw Blade

YouTuber John Heisz made a folding knife out of a worn out circular saw blade. Our takeaway here is that it’s incredibly hard to do it by hand. Also, we have to redefine our notion of “basic tools.” John also made a wooden knife with the same template. More on his site.

CRKT Niad Climber’s Knife

CRKT Niad Climber’s Knife

Designed by world record speed climber Hans Florine, this lightweight and compact folding knife is designed specifically for ease of use and access during climbing expeditions. The Niad has a corrosion-resistant titanium handle, and a large hole for attaching it to carabiners.

Forging Kitana’s War Fans

Forging Kitana’s War Fans

For the latest episode of Man at Arms: Reforged, the guys at Baltimore Knife and Sword recreated the deadly and awesome sounding multi-blade weapon that Kitana wields in Mortal Kombat. Fan yourself with one of these, and you’re likely to remove a limb.

Boker Kwaiken Flipper Knife

Boker Kwaiken Flipper Knife

With a satin finished 3.5″ VG-10 steel blade, this folding knife has carbon fiber handle scales, making it not just a practical knife, but a really good looking one. Also in gunmetal / titanium. Though we really want the handmade version by its designer Lucas Burnley.

Killer Tentacle Bot

Killer Tentacle Bot

While most Arduino-powered gadgets are either useful (or useless), this one is just deadly. YouTuber outaspaceman rigged up a servo-driven tentacle that does just one thing – it wildly thrashes around while wielding a knife.

Restoring a Rusty Knife

Restoring a Rusty Knife

Watch as this skilled Japanese knife sharpener takes a rusty old kitchen knife and makes it good as new, with a little cleaning compound, some water, sharpening stones, and lots of good old elbow grease.

Hometown Handmade Knives

Hometown Handmade Knives

Collectors and tool lovers will appreciate the craftsmanship and high quality materials evident in this stunning collection of handcrafted knives from Hometown Knives. Each piece has multiple hours of work invested into it, including forging, fitting and polishing.

Crono Pocket Knife Tool

Crono Pocket Knife Tool

Swiss Advance’s EDC is perfect for campers, packing a knife, fork, fish scaler, and bottle opener for chow time, along with a nail puller, four hex wrenches, two awls, screwdriver, wire stripper and cm-scale for tool time.

CRKT Guppie Multi Tool

CRKT Guppie Multi Tool

To us, it looks more like a piranha than a guppy, but that doesn’t diminish the utility of this steel multitool, packing an adjustable wrench, Phillips and flat blade screwdrivers, a removable LED light, a bottle opener a 2″ knife blade.

Caston Japanese Higo Knives

Caston Japanese Higo Knives

Darriel Caston creates these tools with cobalt steel blades, embellished with a retro-futuristic rocketship. The copper or bronze handles are made with classical Japanese techniques. To order, contact Darriel via Facebook.

Squarehead Folder Knife

Squarehead Folder Knife

Spyderco’s precision compact knife folds up into a rectangular milled titanium handle. Its locking blade is machined from stainless steel, and offers a 1.25″ cutting edge. A wide handle slot lets you attach it to a clip, keychain or lanyard.

The Sandwich Knife

The Sandwich Knife

This special dual-blade serrated knife solves a truly first world problem – slicing two perfectly even, thick pieces of bread to just the right depth to keep guts of your sandwich from falling out. To sweeten the deal, its price is now just ~$20.

BitzBlade Multitool

BitzBlade Multitool

This rugged titanium everyday carry tool hangs on your keychain, and offers interchangeable steel driver bits, a carbide window punch, and a utility blade in one. Its key ring swivels so you can turn it without detaching your keys.

Mini Q Knife/Key Organizer

Mini Q Knife/Key Organizer

Combining a key organizer with a locking knife, the Mini Q might just be the ultimate EDC. Holds up to four keys (eight with extensions). Choose from bottle opener, drop point and anteater utility blades, and aluminum, brass or titanium.

Kniper Throwing Knife Multitool

Kniper Throwing Knife Multitool

This unique throwing knife doubles as a 22-function multitool. It’s milled from 420 high-carbon stainless steel, and includes wrenches, screwdrivers, a saw, pry bar, wirestripper, and more. Measures 13″ long.

Maple Set Knives

Maple Set Knives

These beautiful kitchen knives have handles and bodies made from Canadian maple wood riveted over a stainless steel blade on one side. They require extra care compared to everyday knives, but they look amazing.

Olive Wood Folding Knife

Olive Wood Folding Knife

Kaufmann Mercantile presents a timeless knife ideal for camping or hunting. Crafted in Maniago, Italy by Maserin from variegated olive wood, and sporting a 3-inch or 4-inch stainless steel blade.

The Birth of a Tool Pt. III

The Birth of a Tool Pt. III

John Neeman Tools demonstrates the complex and time-consuming process of forging one of its beautiful Damascus steel knives, handmade by master bladesmith Chris. This makes us so happy that such craftsmanship is still alive.

Iron & Glory Deluxe Carabiner

Iron & Glory Deluxe Carabiner

This multifunction tool works as not only a locking carabiner, but as a knife, saw blade, and LED flashlight all in one. Made from stainless steel and aluminum alloy, Brooklyn-based Iron & Glory will also engrave up to three initials on its backside.

X-Wing Knife Block

X-Wing Knife Block

Fans of Star Wars will immediately recognize this knife stand as the Rebel’s starfighter of choice, the X-Wing fighter. The set comes with five stainless steel knives, perfect for dicing, slicing, and carving up Death Star watermelons.

Floating Cork Knife

Floating Cork Knife

The perfect knife for boaters, this cork-covered stainless steel knife will float back up to the top of the water should you drop it in the lake. The cork also offers a comfy grip surface for your hand. Holds keys too, so those won’t sink either.

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