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...]
As we're huge knife fans, we do a large number of knife reviews on this blog, many of which are pocket knives (usually the folding everyday carry/EDC knife variety). The following are all the reviews we've done of pocket knives.
If you're interested in finding a good pocket knife, you might want to take a peek at our list of the best EDC knives on the market, or our list of the best folding knives by price point.
And if there's a knife you want a review of that isn't already up here, comment on a post or contact us to let us know!
Buck 110 Folding Hunter Knife Review
The Buck 110 is a classic slice of Americana. I love this knife, though to be frank, I love it maybe a little more than I should. When I finally bit the bullet and ordered my Buck 110, I was ecstatic. I grinned ear to ear when it arrived, and when I at last took it out of … [Read more...]
Spyderco Resilience Black G-10 Folding Knife Review
For all intents and purposes, when you imagine the Spyderco Resilience, you should simply imagine an upscaled Tenacious, much like the Spyderco Endura is an upscaled version of the Spyderco Delica. I've personally modified the blade on my Spyderco Resilience (just as I had … [Read more...]
Spyderco Urban Safety Orange G-10 Slip Joint Knife Review
I've been asked a few times already why I never seem to carry slip joints. Although I do have a few, they don't make up a large part of my collection, not because I have anything against slip joints, but because the knives I happen to like coincidentally happen to have … [Read more...]
Kershaw Emerson CQC-6K Clip Point EDC Knife Review
When Kershaw first announced the Emerson collaboration, I was gobsmacked: I couldn't believe that in a few short months I could purchase a bonafide Emerson design for under $50. Naturally, I was really curious, skeptical even, about what the end result would be. That being … [Read more...]
CRKT Ripple Ken Onion EDC Folding Knife Review
Ken Onion is undoubtedly a behemoth in the knife world. His unique sense of aesthetics and function, coupled with his willingness to collaborate with production companies to create valuable, yet inexpensive knives, has left quite a mark in the knife industry. Although the … [Read more...]
Spyderco Balance Folding Plain Edge Knife Review
The Spyderco Balance is a truly odd little knife with some ridiculously well thought out, and of course aesthetically pleasing, innovations. It's essentially a triangular, almost perfectly symmetrical shape when closed, and yet even with such a strange shape, this knife is … [Read more...]
Kershaw Tremor Assisted Opening Folding Knife Review
The Kershaw Tremor, like the Spyderco Dodo, is one of those knives that's just so unusual in its styling that you almost have to try it out for yourself. Since it was at such a low price point as well, giving this knife a shot was honestly a no brainer. Kershaw Tremor 1950 … [Read more...]
Spyderco Manix 2 Lightweight FRN S110V Knife Review
The Manix series of Spyderco knives have been a staple of the Spyderco line up for many years now. Originally conceived as a heavy duty workhorse with G-10 scales, steel liners, and a back-lock, the Spyderco Manix was reinvented in later editions as a lightweight model of … [Read more...]
Spyderco Paramilitary 2 EDC Folding Knife Review
Those of you who have visited this site before can tell fairly easily how much real estate Spydercos take up in my collection. The vast majority of the knives I review on this site are Spydercos, and of those, I already have multiples (different sprint run versions) of the … [Read more...]
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