They're all made in Norway by Viking descendants
According to the guy who designs some of our favorites
An overbuilt everyday carry knife for all your cutting needs.
Nailing the perfect ratio of utility and technology, this folding knife ($295) from Shinola won us over with its timeless design and modern materials. The 2.6-inch stainless steel blade is housed in a titanium handle and deploys with the push of a button. An integrated belt clip keeps the knife secure…
Imagine all the fun of an outdoor blade in a package you can use more often. Put one to use in your kitchen, and it might make cooking dinner feel a little more exciting.
Over the past 125 years, the Opinel No. 8 has undergone just one upgrade. Some designs never go obsolete.
The world’s smallest and lightest tactical knife
Most folding knives look pretty similar. This one ($480) however, stands way out thanks to the origami-like design. Up front you get a three-inch stainless-steel blade that has two different cutting edges. The blade then folds into an oiled maple handle with a deep thumb hold for secure handling. …
Free Up Pocket Space with a Better Keychain
In honor of Outside's 40th anniversary, we're selecting our all-time favorite gear, places, accomplishments, and people. This month, we rounded up 40 of the best products we've ever tested, from legendary classics (Ed Pulaski's famous firefighting tool) to the newest kids on the block (DJI's crazy new do-it-all drone).
This knife design hasn’t changed in 150 years.
A precision every day carry knife.
This pocket knife is designed like a samurai sword
This knife is a testament to the logging tradition of Northern Maine.
Yes, this knife costs a lot ($500), but for good reason. The frame is made almost entirely of titanium, and the blade is S35VN steel, which is designed to keep an edge, but is also easy to sharpen. At a full half-inch thick, the Harsey fills your palm nicely,…
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