The higonokami knife was originally made in Japan starting in the late 1800s and is characterized by its lack of a locking mechanism and simple, protruding tang. The style was exceedingly popular in Japan until 1961 when blades were banned. Still, a few craftsmen carry on the tradition today. This mini version is ideal for tossing on your keychain or on a necklace or lanyard. The small, handmade blade will always be at your side and ready for the task at hand. ... check it out
Need a simple pocket knife but don’t want one that looks like every other Swiss Army knife out there? This single-blade folder should do the trick. The Fish Knife is affordable and far more interesting to look at than your standard everyday carry blade. We've included a custom waxed leather cord so you can attach the knife to your gear. ... check it out
At some point, guys adopted basketball shorts as appropriate summer attire because of comfort. It's time for a pair of shorts more presentable with the same relaxed feel; it's time for the Aviator Shorts from Ministry of Supply. Thanks to 4-way stretch material and a clever design, the Aviator Shorts will move with you effortlessly. Each pair wicks away moisture to keep you dry, features a urethane waistband that keep shirts tucked in, and is coated with a water-resistant polymer that causes water to bead upon contact. Finally a pair of good-looking shorts that don't feel and act like cardboard. ... check it out
The Workman's Knife combines simplicity with a functional design. Featuring full wood covers on each side, a 3.5in stainless steel blade and 4 brass colored rivets to hold everything tight. With a closed length of 4in, the Workman's knife is a great option for everyday carry.
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The beauty of the Peasant Knife rests in its simplicity. Based on a similar knife used 400 years ago, the knife is as low-tech as they come. Each features an extended tang that allows you to open and close the knife with one hand, and the drilled hole gives you the ability to toss it on a lanyard or carry it around your neck. Each features a carbon steel blade that was individually hardened and tempered and will age beautifully over time. ... check it out
We were lucky enough to snag a batch of these Anchor Pocket Knives at a crazy good price the other day. Let's just say we know a guy who knows a guy. Now we're going to blow them all out and pass the savings on to you. Each costs just $13 but when they're gone, they're gone. We've also tossed in a waxed leather lanyard ... continue reading
Just like the best camera is the one you have with you, the best pocket knife is the one you don't mind carrying around. While bigger knives will handle more tasks, they're of little use buried in your bag when you're in a pinch. These mini knives can slip on a key ring so you can use them at a moment's notice.
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You don’t need to forage for mushrooms to appreciate the usefulness of this knife. While the blade is designed to remove mushrooms from the ground, the tweezers to pick away pine needles, and the brush to clear excess dirt, the Mushroom Knife will come in handy in a variety of situations that don’t involve acquiring additions for your next soup. The curved blade with its sharp point makes for an excellent do-everything camping knife, and the brush can assist while preparing some food for the campfire. ... check it out
This classic pocket knife was originally designed in France to be a sturdy but affordable option for anyone looking for an everyday pocket knife. Now the knife is available with a beautiful olive wood handle for a lighter look than its rosewood brethren. ... check it out
Every boy acquired a pocket knife at some point in time. Whether yours was a gift from your pops or you got it while working on your first badge as a Cub Scout, it no doubt became a trusty sidekick you relied on for a bunch of little tasks. The small folding knife has become a quintessential item in a man’s everyday ... continue reading