James Brand Folsom Knife

James Brand Folsom Knife

While a Swiss Army knife with 20 tools, a toothpick, and an adorable pair of scissors is helpful in some situations, we often find ourselves in need of a simple, robust single-blade. The problem? Finding a basic folder that’s exceptionally durable and attractive enough to make ...

INDOCHINO Will Make You a Custom Suit and Leave Your Wallet Intact

INDOCHINO Will Make You a Custom Suit and Leave Your Wallet Intact

A custom suit will fit perfectly but cost a fortune. A suit from a rack will be affordable but won’t look perfect. INDOCHINO wants you to have the best of both worlds. INDOCHINO uses 14 of your exact dimensions to create a suit that fits insanely well—for under 400 bucks. You can choose from a vast selection of fabrics and options, including lapel style, suit lining, and whether or not you want complimentary monogramming. Shop online or in one of INDOCHINO’s showrooms across America.

8 Pocket Knife Brands You Should Know

8 Pocket Knife Brands You Should Know

When it comes to pocket knives, we've all heard of the Swiss Army, Gerber, CRKT and Opinel options in the marketplace. They're all great knives, but the best pocket knife brands out there are probably the brands that you've never heard of. This one is for all the top pocket knife...

Rhone Makes Elevated Activewear for Men

Rhone Makes Elevated Activewear for Men

Fellas, we’ve been left behind in the activewear game for too long. For years, activewear for men simple meant loose-fitting clothing that’s so unattractive you won’t mind sweat stains and rips and tears at the seams. Rhone has set out to change that. Rhone is the collective vision of a small group of weekday warriors. They leverage advanced materials and technology to craft activewear that moves with you, stands up to frequent gym sessions and morning runs, and looks good throughout it all. That means you can break a sweat without looking like you’re couching it on a lazy Sunday. Plus, since they refuse to sacrifice performance for profit, you’re getting next-level activewear without making your wallet feel like it just ran a 10K…

Brass Mercator Knife

Brass Mercator Knife

The Mercator knife was first produced in Germany in the late 1860s and has since become a prized folder for its simple, functional design. This version, from the legendary Otter company, is made in Germany and boasts a brass handle that’s made from a single sheet of brass. Comp...

The Complete Guide to Pocket Knife Blade Shapes

The Complete Guide to Pocket Knife Blade Shapes

We’ve featured tons of different knives over the years, as well as proper care for those knives, and our shop has a few that we liked so much we had to get ourselves. One thing that continues to impress us is the variation available in the blades. Each design has its advantages...

Malvaux Number 1 Knife

Malvaux Number 1 Knife

Designed to tackle the two weak spots of the classic Swiss Army knife (ergonomics and blade opening), Malvaux built the Number 1 Knife. The first thing you'll notice about the knife is the non-traditional bent design. It seems odd at first, but it removes the fingernail opening s...

Shinola Titanium 765 Pocket Knife

Shinola Titanium 765 Pocket Knife

Shinola has collaborated with iconic knife manufacturer Benchmade to create great pieces before, but their most recent knife would be suitable for even Bruce Wayne's EDC. The Shinola + Benchmade titanium 765 pocket knife features a 3.24" M390 steel blade in a durable flagship tit...

Grovemade Pocket Knife

Grovemade Pocket Knife

Grovemade is expanding their lineup of useful EDC goods (like the bottle opening key ring) to include a modern pocket knife inspired by the classic Japanese Higonokami design. In true Grovemade fashion, their Pocket Knife is entirely made in the USA and features a hand-sharpened ...

How to Sharpen a Pocket Knife

How to Sharpen a Pocket Knife

It's often said that a dull knife is more dangerous than a sharp one. While we'd argue all knives are dangerous in their own right, there is some truth to the old line. Because a dull, jagged blade doesn't glide as easily, it has a tendency to snag and get caught in the materia...