Featured Knives

Here are BLADE Magazine’s Featured Knives of the Week. Browse through these articles to find the best knives available from both custom knifemakers and factory knives.

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Best Skinning Knives

Featured Knife: Skinner from Ridgeline Knife Works

The Skinner from Ridgeline Knife Works was designed with a big skinning belly in the 3-inch blade (think back to the old Dexter skinners), without sacrificing the ability to cut tendons and gut. The G10 handle provides comfort regardless of the way the knife is held, and jimping adds additional finger grip. With a...

Best folding knives featured BLADE magazine

Featured Knife: Mako Folder by MacGray & Co.

Specs Company: MacGray & Co. Knife: Mako Folder Designer: MacGray & Co. Length: 8 1/2 inches Blade: CPM 154, saber grind, modified drop point design Lock: Titanium Liner Lock Handle: Black Micarta Handle Ambidextrous thumbscrew Stainless steel variable clip An All-American Knife The MacGray & Co. Mako Folder knife is made in San Marcos,...

Jim Ort Oz Custom Knives

Featured Knives: Oz Knives

As the creative force behind Oz Custom Knives, Jim Ort made a name for himself with his signature 1095 carbon and 15N20 nickel damascus blades. From tip to pommel, his fixed blade knives offer a classic look that recalls a time when no one left home without a knife. Ort puts his own twist on...

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WE Knife Marries Top-Notch Design with Superior Materials

In creating a superior knife two factors must mesh seamlessly — design and material. WE Knife has covered both bases again and again in nearly two decades of manufacturing. The knife maker has whipped up some pretty striking blades over the years, turning an eye to both function and ergonomics. And it has executed...