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10 Knives Released This Month We Can’t Wait to Get Our Hands On

Quality pocket knives last for years, but that doesn’t stop us from ogling the new blades that come out on a weekly basis.


Unlike the many products that follow a pattern of seasonal releases — typically in spring and fall — knife makers bend to no calendar. It keeps us on the edge of our seats, steadily waiting for the next great blade to make its appearance. And while a pocket knife (a quality one at least) is an heirloom-worthy item that will endure through many years of use, we can’t help but get excited when the new ones have us wanting to make room in our collections. Here are all the knives we discovered in June that have us doing just that.


Fox Knives SURU: The knife that took home the grand prize is a collaboration between Fox Knives and designer Jesper Voxnaes. According to the duo, the SURU is the first pocket knife to employ a carbon fiber frame-lock, which assists it in reaching an incredibly light 2.04 ounces. The SURU’s steel blade is 2.32 inches long, and all of the hardware is titanium.

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Chris Reeve Knives Impinda: Chris Reeve is well-known in the knifemaking world, and his folding Sebenza pocket knife has become a benchmark against which many knives are judged. The Impinda is the manufacturer’s first slip-joint pocket knife. To maintain safety within a non-locking design, Chris Reeve and designer William W. Harsey leverage differential spring pressure so that opening and closing are smooth and safe actions. The Impinda has a 3.12-inch blade, weighs 3.38 ounces and is made of CPM S35VN stainless steel with titanium handles.

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Spyderco Paysan: Spyderco’s highly-anticipated Paysan is the evolution of the discontinued Peter Rassenti-designed Nirvana. The knife uses an integrated frame lock design and Spyderco’s iconic circular thumb hole, which allows for one-handed opening. The S90V Wharncliffe blade is 3.88 inches long, and the handle is titanium. The Paysan weighs 4.4 ounces.

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The EDC Items We Can’t Live Without

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CRKT Caligo: CRKT’s Caligo employs a flipper tab and a ball bearing pivot system to create a super-fast opening action. The knife’s plain edge, black oxide finish, and blue accent give it subtle and stealthy good looks to match that speed. The Caligo has a 3.19-inch blade and weighs 3.4 ounces. It represents as much quality as one can hope to find in a $50 pocket knife.

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This New Knife Is Subtle, Futuristic and Practical

Zero Tolerance is known for working with knife makers to create forward-thinking blade designs. Its latest model, a folding pocket knife called the 0470, follows the trend while maintaining plenty of practical everyday use.

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