The Kershaw Blur is probably the most popular knife that I own. It seems everyone I've spoken to either currently owns one, or has at least handled the Blur in the past, and when you see how much Kershaw brings to the table taking into account this knife's affordable entry … [Read more...]
Made in the U.S.A.
A good portion of the knives and other products that we review are actually both made and manufactured in the United States. Below you'll find a collection of all of the reviews we've done of U.S.A. made products.
Please do let us know if there happens to be a product that you want reviewed, but that isn't already up here. Let us know by either commenting on a post or contacting us directly.
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 … [Read more...]
If you ever ask for suggestions with regards to finding a small fixed blade knife to take into the woods, it seems the de facto nomination is nearly always the ESEE Izula. I don't know why it took us this long to snap one up, especially considering how much both Elise and I … [Read more...]
Although Valley Food Storage is certainly a reputable, staple (heh) manufacturer of long lasting prepper/survival food, when they contacted us about doing a review of one of their products, I have to admit, I wasn't exactly enthusiastic about the taste testing. You know, … [Read more...]
Out of the entire Case catalog, no knife stands out to me quite as much as the Seahorse Whittler. With its unique primary blade and unorthodox proportions, I saw it and just had to test it out myself. After a number of months of owning it, it's actually become my main … [Read more...]
The Switchback is Hazard 4's sling pack backpack offering. It's advertised as having "pro-quality," and while I've gotta say I rarely put much stock in advertising, in this case they weren't joking. Hazard 4 Switchback Sling Backpack - Amazon I've never owned a backpack … [Read more...]
The L.T. Wright Genesis is the new flagship knife of L.T. Wright Handcrafted Knives. Coming to you from one of the two founders of "Blind Horse Knives," the L.T. Wright Genesis has a lot to live up to. You'd think with that much lineage, it'd be difficult to make a knife … [Read more...]
I will have to admit before I start this review that this knife has been my Case Cutlery grail for the past couple of years. The Case Sway Back Gent comes dressed in what I think are some of the prettiest scales around. The particular model I chose, the "pocket worn old red … [Read more...]
Owning as many knives as I do, it often takes quite a lot for me to get really excited over a slab of steel. Needless to say, the Benchmade Adamas sure did the trick. Thinking back, I can't remember many knives that have peaked my curiosity in the past couple of years quite … [Read more...]
The Benchmade Griptilian has been a mainstay in the Benchmade catalog for many years, and its reputation as an excellent EDC knife has always been touted. It's an extremely utilitarian knife, both practical and neutral from top to bottom, making it as functional of an … [Read more...]