It's no secret to those who have stumbled even for a moment on this blog before that I have long been a Spyderco fanboy. Regardless of the sometimes undeserved high price or sporadic quality issues that Spydercos at times have, I maintain that Spyderco's product line is a … [Read more...]
Of the large number of knife reviews we publish on this blog, the following are the reviews we've done on neck knives.
Take a moment to scroll through and let us know if there happens to be a knife that you want reviewed, but that isn't already up here. You can do so by commenting on a post or by contacting us directly.
Traditionally speaking, ESEE Knives have been something like the voice of absolute reason in a market inundated with gimmicks and pseudo tactical nonsense. Over time, knife aficionados have come to expect a level of clean, functional purpose from Jeff Randall, and as a … [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...]
The Boker Microcom was designed by Chad Los Banos as an homage to Fred Perrin's rather unique tactical cutlery. I decided to snap one up, and even though I was disappointed with the out-of-the-box utility, I did manage to appreciate it after some extensive modifying. I … [Read more...]
The CRKT Minimalist set the standard in the knife world as one of the first truly affordable neck knives to enter the market that still offers a level of practicality that made it viable as a utility blade. While so many other neck knives at its price point turned out to be … [Read more...]