Simple, sleek and functional, the new James Brand Elko packs a versatile 2.6” blade that can easily handle your everyday cutting tasks, an all-around pry tool, screwdriver, bottle opener - everything you need, and nothing you don’t. Now available at the link in our profile! 🔥
The Combat Civilian Bead is meticulously machined and features a blasted finished with contrasting satin flats. Choose from solid copper, bronze or a stealthy blackened titanium finish to match your knife. With time, the bronze and copper variants will also develop an exceptional patina that you can proudly call your own.
Compact, streamlined, and pleasingly eclectic - everything on the Serge Panchenko Bean Flipper is beautifully balanced and well-portioned. It features a non-locking slip joint mechanism and is the perfect for your everyday urban carry. Link in our bio!
Damascus steel has been already in demand for many hundred years. Multiple hundred layers of forge-welded steel produce an extraordinary and very attractive appearance of the knife blade. To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the company, designer and CEO of Pohl Force, Dietmar Pohl, chose very special materials for the anniversary knife: exclusive damascus steel and noble wood for the handle scales. For the handles, the choice fell on selected walnut root wood.
The famous US blacksmith Chad Nichols forges the stainless damascus steel in his workshop in Blue Springs, Mississippi - USA. His hand-forged damascus steels are among the best in the world and are highly valued by collectors. From the steels AEB-L and AISI-304, he forges with high craftsmanship a stainless damascus with more than 200 layers. The individual layer structure of the damascus makes every single knife unique.
In our todays post you can see Chad Nichols forging a damascus steel package that is the source material for the noble blades of the Mike Five Damascus. Starting with the raw steel to the sharp knife blade and assembly of the limited Mike Five Damascus, many working steps are necessary. The result is a very special knife!
How’s your weekend going? This is an update photo of what I’ve been carrying now the cold weather has hit and I have more pockets. I’ve also swapped some stuff out to work better with cold hands, my Hinderer Investigator for a Hardtmuth 5.6 clutch pencil for example.