Way back when I first picked up the Kershaw Link, I had it placed in my Amazon cart as an afterthought, and a part of a (much) larger order of folding knives and other gear. While the price makes the Link the kind of knife you can just throw into a cart for the next time… Read More
Of the knives we've reviewed, these are the knives that are flippers. If there's a knife you'd like a review of that isn't up here yet, let us know either by commenting on a post or contacting us directly.
Kershaw has been stealing the limelight as of late due to its amazing custom collaborations with notable knife designers like Rick Hinderer and Ernie Emerson. Personally, I feel that Kershaw really knocked it out of the park with the Thermite. It’s got a great set of features with the very special “Hinderer” feel, all for less than… Read More
The Buck Vantage was a interesting acquisition for me. In a lot of ways, I find it contrarian to my initial expectations of what a Buck knife should represent – after all, most people think of knives like the Buck 110 Folding Hunter or even the Buck 119 as representative of the Buck design ethos!… Read More
The many variants of the CRKT M16 have been a reference model for CRKT for quite some time now. I usually tend to avoid uber-tactical options when it comes to folders, with the exception of the CRKT Hissatsu (which I love), but I felt it was almost obligatory to pick up what is one of the most… Read More
The Kershaw Leek has always been a mainstay of recommended everyday carry knives. It’s available at an extremely affordable price point (remember, it’s actually USA-made), has excellent fit and finish, as well as above average cutting performance. All this places the Kershaw Leek firmly in the weekly rotation of many knife aficionados. I own many knives (as you… Read More