Wallet, keys, phone, knife? Knife not knives! Korcraft, the makers of a new pocket knife like to note that the best one you own is always the pocket knife you are keeping in your pocket. Not the multipurpose ones stashed in that draw at home accompanying screws, spare jacket buttons, possibly dead batteries, Christmas cracker jokes and old keys you have no idea what they are for.
The Chris Reeve Nyala knife boasts cutting-edge features perfect for tactical use or for personal collection. Making this modern version of Reeve’s classic skinner a beauty is the 3D-machined brown canvas Micarta handle designed with grooves for a steady, slip-resistant grip. Six circular grooves run from the center to the black cord hole and three linear patterns adorn the pin near the guard to the center pin.
Brilliant knifemaker, Leo Esponiza, lends his hand to Tops Knives to design the Tundra Trekker. In order to set it apart from the traditional weapon it was based on, its curvature was altered slightly into a gentler inward slope. Additionally, the saw teeth that runs along its spine ensures that the blade has its own personality.