Machetes are one of the oldest types of tools that mankind has been using, and this is one of the reasons we see so many different styles out there. Early civilizations developed their own unique design based on their environment.
When looking for the best lightweight knives for hiking, take the advice of a guy that actually hikes and camp! Here are my top picks for hiking.
Read the ultimate guide to the best budget EDC knives you can buy right now. Each knife on the list is tested and and has proven to be a solid performer for a budget EDC blade. Best of all they are all under $30
I have been a huge fan of Condor knives ever since I picked up a Condor Bushlore several years ago. Today, we are going to do a long-term review of the Condor Atrox and see what it can do for you. I can save you the time if you aren’t interested in reading details…this knife…
We round up some of the best pocketknives for hiking and backpacking from our own personal trips. Every knife on the list we have used in the backcountry, so we know first hand that they are the best choices for hiking and backpacking knives.
When it comes to picking a solid, all around great survival or woodsman knife, the field is full of tough competitors. Much like any type of outdoor gear, personal preference to style and materials as well as budget will play the biggest role in deciding on a knife.
A common question for new backpackers is whether they should bring a knife when they go backpacking. The answer is absolutely yes! A knife should definitely be on your list of items to pack when hiking and backpacking.
If you’re looking for a capable folding knife that won’t let you down and you’re a fan of Spyderco, then buy the Endela. It’s not a budget folder or a knife with super steel, but an all-around, decent, tool knife to have in your pocket.
A quick snapshot and explanation on why the Cadet just might be the ultimate EDC knife. The slim design, good looks, and usefulness of these guys goes way beyond their price point.
I take a closer look at the Spyderco PM3 Lightweight, a knife I was excited to get to see if it could follow in the footsteps of other slimmed down versions that Spyderco has impressed us with. They did not disappoint here! The PM3 Lightweight is a great, light, good looking pocketknife.