Looking for a folder for those hard chores? Custom knifemaker Ray Laconico’s ‘Bear’ features a stonewashed blade in D2 tool steel & titanium handles. It also has a Ti frame lock with a tumbled finish and a carbon fiber back spacer. (Photo: mattmanb – BladeForums)
The Spyderco Military is one of the oldest models from Spyderco (since the 1990s), but still remains a popular folding EDC knife for many knife fans. Here in this titanium handle version, the Millie features the renowned ‘Integral lock’ from Chris Reeve Knives, which keeps the CPM-S30V flat-ground blade firmly in place when open. With lightweight and space-age titanium, this makes the Spyderco Military a very handsome folder! (Photo: blade_philosopher – Instagram).
Buy it: $298.50 from Amazon.
Aye, the search for the perfect gentleman folder is over. This pocket knife from knifemaker Gene Wiseman is beautifully crafted with a carbon fiber bolster and blue G-10 handle. With a sharp edge from 1095 carbon steel, this pocket knife will make quick work of everyday tasks, and a classy one at that! (Photo: jkskaminski – Instagram)
Walking with dinosaurs: here’s a red dinosaur bone folder with a damascus blade! Imagine carrying something that lived 100-140 million years ago :O (Photo: Reliquary SF – Pinterest)
Chanced upon this gem! The folding knives from Strider have a reputation for being solid and a robust tactical option. Here’s a piece of art in damascus steel and handles! (Photo: bkdunn71 – Instagram)
Knife Collectors Org. Review:
The Spyderco Military is one of the most popular Spyderco knives. Most knife owners find the Spyderco Military to be a knife that has a great design and one of the best folding knives ever made. Read more