From fixed-blade to Swiss Army, we cover an array of knives.
11 Best Hunting Knives for Any Budget
From $12 to $300, these are the best hunting knives designed for field dressing game.
Buy It for Life: Iconic Gear That Hasn’t Changed
Sometimes a piece of gear comes along that’s so good, messing with it will only make it worse.
Buck Rival II Review: A Great Folding Knife on a Budget
Looking for a good folding knife on a budget? Look no farther than the Buck Rival II.
My Favorite Knife Right Now? The ESEE Camp-Lore JG3
My search for the perfect small fixed blade continues with the ESEE Camp-Lore JG3, a compact, high-carbon design sporting bushcraft credentials and an American pedigree.
Practical Tactical: CRKT SiWi Knife Review
Meet the CRKT SiWi, a tactical fixed blade designed in collaboration with a military veteran. And while it has tactical roots, the SiWi offers versatility for various camp and bushcraft chores.
‘Made of Mettle’: The History of Leatherman
Before Leatherman, the idea of a ‘pocket survival tool’ with folding pliers was a fantasy. ‘Made of Mettle’ shows us how it became a reality and a favorite among outdoor enthusiasts.
Time-Lapse Knifemaking Is So Hypnotic
From raw steel to finished blade, knife crafting is an art form. And at several times the normal speed, it’s downright mesmerizing.
Better ‘Suspension’: Gerber Updates Classic Multitool
The Truss and Suspension add functions while reducing weight from Gerber’s ‘best-selling’ predecessor.
Fresh Cut: Inside ‘Naked and Afraid’ Survivalist’s Knifemaking Book
Primitive survival expert Laura Zerra got her 82 days of fame on the reality TV show “Naked and Afraid.” Now she’s releasing a book about how to make a knife in real life.
Tiny Blade Craft: Watch Hex Bolt Become a Beautiful Knife
With a tiny sketch of the Legionnaire Bowie from the movie “Expendables 2,” Duke walks us through, step by meticulous step, as he transforms a 3½-inch stainless steel hex bolt into a stunning replica knife.
Classiest Cuts: 2018 Blade Show Winners
The annual Blade Show presents the biggest names and most discerning hands in the world of knives. We’re breaking down the 2018 Knife of the Year award winners.
Review: Spear-Tipped ESEE Camp-Lore PR4 Is Pure Purpose
The ESEE Camp-Lore PR4 is a highly functional fixed-blade knife that simply gets the job done. We chopped, sliced, and scraped it in the field for this review.
Knife Blades: Common Steels Explained
All the info you need to understand the steel in your knife blade.
Big Knives on a Budget: 3 ‘Choppers’ Tested
We put three big, burly knives to a head-to-head test to find out which was the best chopping value. Kershaw, Steel Will, and Schrade head to the starting line in this chop-off for glory.
Do More With Less? Meet Combar, the 5-in-1 Multitool
A multi-tool on steroids, the new Combar is a heavy-duty super-tool complete with axe, spade, hammer, knife, and folding saw.
Best Folding Knives Under $50
Not too pricy, not too cheap, the $50 mark has largely been abandoned in the folding knife market. But we’ve got three you should look at.
Spyderco H1 Fish Hunter Knife Review: A Saltwater Solution
The Spyderco H1 Fish Hunter knife is built specifically for adventurous free diving and spearfishing in saltwater. We took it to southern Baja on a spearfishing trip to see how it stacks up in this review.
Carbon-Handled ‘Sebenza 21’ Knife Is a Razor-Sharp Gem
Chris Reeve’s small Sebenza 21 Insingo in carbon fiber is the best custom knife you can buy without selling your Subie. Find out why in this review.