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Swiza Swiss Army Knives

Swiza Swiss Army Knives

The classic Swiss Army knife was probably the first pocket knife you ever owned. Maybe you got it from your pops; maybe you earned it during Scouts; maybe you just shelled out some of your cash for one. Whatever the case, the utility knife holds a special place in all of our hea...

After Selling Out in Record Time, Criquet's Nelson Stripes are Back

After Selling Out in Record Time, Criquet's Nelson Stripes are Back

Made with super soft 100% cotton, removable collar stays for an always crisp collar, and a style that’s perfect for the 19th hole, it’s no wonder Criquet’s Nelson Strip Players Shirt sold out in record time this past spring. Lucky for you, the shirt inspired by well-worn hand-me-downs from dad is now back in stock. Unwilling to accept that the perfect shirt was a thing of the past, Criquet co-founders and life-long friends, Hobson Brown and William Nachman, decided to reinvent a classic. Whether you dress the Players Shirt up or down, you’ll be ready for the 19th hole wherever you find it.

Papagayo Skinny Knife

Papagayo Skinny Knife

Like the standard Papagayo Pocket Knife before it, this Skinny version eschews elaborate details and unnecessary add-ons in favor of a simple design. But while simple, it’s far from boring. The single 420 stainless steel blade is titanium-coated and holstered in a sleek, minima...

Laguiole Open Spaces Knife

Laguiole Open Spaces Knife

There’s a world of adventure out there, just make sure you’re equipped before exploring it. The Laguiole Open Spaces Knife is designed for those who run toward the wilderness. The semi-serrated blade and the folding saw are crafted to handle tough cuts other pocket knives can...

The Papagayo Pocket Knife

The Papagayo Pocket Knife

Simple doesn’t have to mean boring. This Papagayo Pocket Knife is designed to be a basic, do-everything blade that just happens to be housed in an eye-catching handle. Eschewing elaborate details and unnecessary add-ons, the single blade simply acts as your trusty sidekick at a...

Barrow Multi-Tool

Barrow Multi-Tool

Pop a can of beans around the campfire? Done. Snip the string hanging from the seam of your shirt? Got it. Open a bottle of wine for an impromptu date? The Barrow Multi-Tool is there for you. Designed to fit comfortably in the hand, the surprisingly affordable pocket device packs...

Raw Steel Higonokami Pocket Knife

Raw Steel Higonokami Pocket Knife

The Higonokami knife was originally made in Japan in the late 1800s and is characterized by its lack of a locking mechanism and simple design. The style was exceedingly popular in Japan until 1961 when the blades were banned. Still, a few craftsmen carry on the tradition today. T...

The Pocket Knife Sale

The Pocket Knife Sale

A pocket knife is one of the most basic tools a man could need. It's also the most useful. Before all the outdoor excursions you embark on this summer, consider refreshing your tool of choice. Right now, all pocket knives are on sale in the Cool Material Shop, which means it's...

Higonokami Mini Knife

Higonokami Mini Knife

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 tra...

Fish Knife

Fish Knife

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 ...

The Workman's Knife

The Workman's Knife

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. ...