So we got high and tested it
With a full tang and stout blade, the new Morakniv Garberg is the knife the Internet asked for. But does the Internet really know how to design a knife?
The machete’s lesser-known Malaysian cousin is bigger, stronger, and easier to use
It’s possible to get a good workout in at home. You just need the right gear.
It’s seductive, manly, and primal—and really damn hard. After a few whiskeys, our writer tries to master the art in Jackson Hole with the guys at New West KnifeWorks.
A new tool from Germany threatens to out-useful MacGyver's pocket knife
Swiss Army Knife: The world’s first consumer multitool, designed by cutler Karl Elsener with two blades, a screwdriver, and a can opener.
Pulaski: A wildland-firefighting tool that combines an ax and an adze and is used to clear brush and small trees.
Leatherman: A multitool invented by Tim Leatherman after wishing he had a pair of pliers while working on a rust-bucket Fiat with a pocket knife during a 1975 European road trip.