Kershaw Showtime Review

Kershaw Showtime Review

The Kershaw Showtime is a classy looking folder that would be a great addition to any knife enthusiasts collection. Designed by Todd Rexford, the Showtime looks like it belongs in the pocket of a tuxedo rather than in a pair of jeans. The black and steel accents accompanied by the grey handle give it a … Read more

Kershaw Filter Review

Kershaw Filter Review

The Kershaw Filter may look like a bit of an oddball in the pocket knife category to some. To me it does look like it would be better suited as a utility knife, due to it all stainless steel construction. But, the Kershaw Filter is in fact a very functional assist-open EDC knife. The Filter … Read more

Microtech LUDT Review

Microtech LUDT Review

For every day knife carriers the LUDT from Microtech is probably a bit different from what they are used to seeing and carrying. LUDT stands for Large Underwater Demolition Team and is essentially a military grade knife. Although it was designed for use by Navy SEALs or the original WWII “Frogmen”, it is a fully … Read more

Spyderco Efficient Review

spyderco efficient review

Most knife owners will likely carry a good folding knife at some point for a variety of everyday tasks. Spyderco has made another standout entry with the Efficient. This knife features the unique look that a lot of Spyderco knives have and also has quality construction. The knife itself is made of high quality materials … Read more

Benchmade Volli Review

Benchmade Volli Review

If you’re in the market for a knife that mixes EDC utility with tactical efficiency then the Benchmade Volli is a good choice. The assist open feature of the Volli makes it a good choice in a pinch and a number of the supporting features make it function as either a EDC knife with its … Read more

Spyderco Centofante 3 Review

spyderco centofante 3 review

The Spyderco Centofante 3 is not your typical design from Spyderco. It’s the third blade in the Centofante line and has a particularly unique look. It doesn’t have a large choil at the base of the blade like other Spyderco knives, but the large finger ring is at the top of the back end of … Read more

Kershaw Zing Review

Kershaw Zing Review

For knife enthusiasts looking for an affordable pocket knife that doesn’t look like every other knife out there, Kershaw has come up with the Zing. Though it runs in the ballpark of most affordable knives, it features a custom design by renowned knife maker RJ Martin. The knife itself is a high quality flipper, assisted … Read more

Spyderco Karahawk Review

Spyderco Karahawk Review

For knife owners in the market for a more self-defense oriented piece, the Spyderco Karahawk is a new spin on an older style of knife. The Karahawk is modeled after a karambit, a curved dagger style knife of Indonesian origin with some modern changes and improvements. The knife itself is thin and lightweight and is … Read more

Lansky Deluxe Sharpening Kit Review

Lansky Deluxe sharpening kit review

No matter the quality of a knife, at some point the blade will need to be sharpened. Maintaining knives can be difficult without the proper tools for the job. Lansky’s Deluxe Sharpening System is a 5 stone system designed to sharpen a wide variety of knives with different steel compositions, blade lengths, and curvature types. … Read more

CRKT Outrage Review

There are a lot of everyday carry knives out there, but few have as unique a design and form as the CRKT Outrage. The Outrage is an EDC folder style knife with the designer Ken Onion’s uniquely curved look. The knife itself is solidly built out of quality materials and has a number of distinct … Read more