The best new knives and EDCs of December 2020
It seems appropriate that December begins on Giving Tuesday, a quasi-holiday that is supposed to end the spending trend that started on Black Friday and continued through the weekend and into Cyber Monday. Think of it as another chance at atonement for the rash decisions you made over the weekend, which likely won’t come to fruition until you get your next credit card statement.
Or think of it as a kick in the pants to kick start your holiday shopping (remember: delivery delays will be real this year). Need some ideas? See the latest legacy EDC blades and items still on offer, including a unique collaboration between VSSL and artist Kay Foye, with 10 percent of proceeds going to Communities, an organization that supports people living with an intellectual disability. More on that below.
Nothing simpler than a machined titanium buckle, and that’s exactly what it takes to keep your keys organized and in one place.
Price: $ 55
The James Brand Hells Canyon
The James brand worked with celebrity chef Chris Cosentino on their largest knife to date, the Hells Canyon. You could call it a large fixed blade or a small chef’s knife, and you’d be right either way. The blade is 5.4 inches, which is neither too big for camp nor too small for cooking, and the James brand has made it with durable materials like Crucible S35VN steel that are comfortable on the trail (or in the cabin).
Price: $ 295
The second iteration of the recently announced Reserve collection by Gerber is a versatile shirt made in America with premium materials. The Sedulo features an S30V steel drop point blade that opens to a pivot locking system, the set weighs 3.6 ounces and its black and blue design is suitable for any use.
Price: 105 $
Civilware Brade Leone Perforator in carbon fiber
Fans of enjoy your foodS YouTube channel probably recognizes the massive cleaver that Brad Leone slices and dices with, but now the chef has his own signature pocket knife too. Manufactured by Civilware, the Puncher features a carbon fiber and D2 steel handle. And of course, there is a head of garlic engraved on its blade, next to Leone’s signature.
Price: 140 $
Evergoods Civic Access 2L Pouch
Evergoods makes some of the most comfortable and efficient everyday and outdoor backpacks available, and now there’s an EDC Organizer to integrate with them. With pockets for chargers, headphones, pens, dongles and more, the Civic Access Pouch offers plenty of utility on its own – or with the non-Evergoods pack you already have – too.
Price: $ 65
Quiet Carry Eddy
Simple designs are the hallmark of Quiet Carry, a knife and EDC brand that tends to let high-quality materials speak for themselves. The Eddy continues on this path with the CPM 20HP steel, a type known for corrosion resistance and edge retention, composing its nearly 2.5 inch blade. Small but powerful, they say.
Price: $ 99 to $ 135
Hults Bruk Agdor 28
Hults Bruk imagines the Agdor, with its Montreal-style head and 28-inch American hickory handle, as a camping tool. But the brand also recognizes that it’s the perfect tool for target throwing. at the highest level.
Price: $ 109
Morakniv Eldris Light Duty
It’s hard to believe that Morakniv could downsize his tiny, fixed-blade Eldris even further, but that’s precisely the premise behind the Light Duty. The new knife has an easy-to-maintain Scandi grind but doesn’t have the same backbone that’s compatible with fire attackers.
Price: 25 $
Snow Peak Rainbow Spork
Let Snow Peak do a camping spoon so elegant that it sells. The Rainbow Spork gets its nickname from an intensive anodizing process that leaves it glowing in various hues. No two have the same model.
Price: 13 $
VSSL x Kay Foye
The basis of the VSSL x Kay Foye collaboration is the Buck Knives Folder 110, an example of a classic American pocket knife. Foye contributes custom handle scales, which she creates with collected materials like wood, wood, gemstones and stone. Foye made three drawings for VSSL, which each offer in very limited sets of 10 blades.
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