What Folder Should I Review Next?

Image courtesy of David C. Andersen

With yesterday’s review of the CRKT Homefront hitting the page, I don’t currently have any folding knives in my review queue. While I am enjoying the default back to my favorite EDC (a Benchmade Doug Ritter Griptilian) I am surveying the landscape for my next folder to test. Any suggestions or things you would like to see?

I’ll be laying out my own money on the knife, so I am not looking to spend a fortune. There are some new brands that have caught my eye such as Steel Will and WE Knives. I also haven’t sampled anything from Kizer yet. Then again, there are a ton of new knives from the more established brands as well.

If not a particular brand, are there any steels or components that you are interested in? Perhaps I can find a knife that uses those materials.

So comment below with a knife you would like me to review!

Not promising anything, but your suggestions will be weighed when I make my decision.

Happy Thursday folks!


13 responses to ‘What Folder Should I Review Next?

  1. Boker Urban Trapper in VG10

    And make them put a clip for lefties like me. I just received my Doug Ritter Mini Grip in M390
    LOVE IT.

    Daniel J. Benoit

  2. I’ve still got that Emerson mini cqc 7 available if you wana give it a try.
    Also, Emerson’s sheepdog (though the pocket clip would need to be bent back into place on that one.)
    Let me know if interested.

  3. i searched and can not find the previously mentioned swindle review. the clip is awkward, and i’ve never overcome the oddness of it’s recurve (?) handle, but the blade design is great and i see the sandvik steel models for 30+… the boy usually grabs it first.

  4. Spyderco Dragonfly in ZPD-189. Incredible performer and some seriously rad steel. It’s small stature is deceiving for it’s performance….

    • I also have a Spyderco Mule Team in Maxamet if you want to test this beast…let me know and I can send it your way. I know it’s not a folder but the steel is really fantastic, interesting stuff.

      Time constraints deny me the pleasure of really beating the heck out of it, but It would be fun to see how it performs.

  5. That Kershaw Cryo, the Kershaw Intellect, and the SpyderCo Resilience are all great choices. The SpyderCo is huge though. It feels great in hand, but is the largest of the value line of knives.

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