Kershaw offers minimalistic looking knives that both function well and come at a very affordable price point. The Kershaw Volt is no exception to the brand's standard. What attracted me to the Kershaw Volt is its ideal size and proportion for everyday carry use. At 8.9 cm … [Read more...]
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As with the Spyderco Endura series, the Spyderco Delica series has been in the Spyderco catalogue for decades. These two knives have been continuously popular throughout the years, and for good reason: they are comfortable, practical, and extremely well-priced. The Spyderco … [Read more...]
The Spyderco Military design is one of the oldest in the Spyderco catalogue. While most other Spyderco designs were updated or improved, being replaced by second, third, and even fourth generations in order to remain commercially viable, the Spyderco Military has remained … [Read more...]
The Spyderco Endura series has been in the Spyderco catalogue for decades - long before I had even heard of Spydercos myself. If I had to nominate one knife as a flagship Spyderco, the Spyderco Endura would definitely be high up on my list. Not many would argue that the … [Read more...]
The Gerber Bear Grylls Ultimate Pro Fixed Blade Survival Knife attempts to be a well-rounded, good for all situations type of survival knife that features additional survival gear necessities such as firesteel, rescue whistle, hammer, and basic survival guide, all in one. … [Read more...]
When the Spyderco Tenacious was first announced, I remember how divided the knife community was at the announcement of a China made and branded Spyderco. Some years later, we can see that Spyderco hedged its bets well, as there have been nearly nothing but exceptionally … [Read more...]
The Spyderco Bob Lum Chinese folding knife design has been a staple in the Spyderco lineup over many years. The knife comes in a variety of different materials and finishes, though these are now for the most part discontinued. As of 2013, only the Nishijin Glass Fiber … [Read more...]
Originally envisioned as a new take on the Mora 2000 Outdoor Knife, the Mora 2010 Bushcraft Forest Knife features drastically different ergonomics from the more traditional Mora knives, such as the Mora Classic 1. Mora 2010 Bushcraft Forest Fixed Blade Outdoor Knife - … [Read more...]
When people look into purchasing a Mora knife, they tend to go either ultra-modern with something like the Mora 2010 Bushcraft Forest, or they go old school with one of the Mora Classics. This leaves the Mora 2000 Outdoor Knife to be, in my opinion, one of the most … [Read more...]
Out of all of Spyderco's Sage series knives, this particular one is hands down my absolute favourite. The Sage 2, with its titanium scales and frame lock, is perfection, and there's very little anyone could say against it. In terms of the Sage 2, simply put, if you like … [Read more...]