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4 Beautiful Pocket Knives Are on Sale Now

There’s no shame in buying a knife just because it’s good-looking.


There are a lot of reasons to buy a pocket knife — to have handy for opening packages, to use for campsite meal prep, to add to a growing collection. Here’s another one: because it looks beautiful. There’s nothing wrong with picking up a new blade based on appearances, particularly if it’s something you plan to carry every day. Below, you’ll find four good-looking pocket knives that are all discounted via Huckberry’s summer clearance sale.

The James Brand Chapter

The Chapter is the knife that launched The James Brand, and it stands as a direct response to all the overtly tactical and survival-oriented designs that are so common. It’s sleek, with a frame-lock titanium handle and drop-point blade.

Buy Now: $295 $236

Case Knives Bonestag Mini Trapper

The dual-blade Trapper is one of the most iconic W.R. Case & Sons pocket knives. This is the smaller version of that knife, weighing in at 2.7 ounces with its 2.75-inch clip-point blade and 2.7-inch Wharncliffe blade. The model that’s on sale comes with a jigged bone handle.

Buy Now: $70 $49

L’Armor Mariner’s Knife

Au Sabot’s L’Armor is inspired by the knives carried by 19th Century sailors embarking from England with a similar-looking tool called The London. It has a relatively wide, four-inch blade made of Sandvik 12C27 stainless steel and comes with a variety of handles.

Buy Now: $60 $30

Santa Fe Stoneworks Dreaded Weave Ironwood and Turquoise Damascus Knife

Made specifically for Huckberry, this folding pocket knife features an elaborate handle inlaid with turquoise, Arizona ironwood and Damascus steel.

Buy Now: $170 $136

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