12 New Knives From the Finest Knife Makers in the World

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12 New Knives From the Finest Knife Makers in the World

Post by koimaster » March 19th 2018, 8:26am

IWA OutdoorClassics is one of the largest tradeshows focused on knives and other sporting goods in the world. It’s held annually in Nuremberg, Germany and this year played host to 1,558 exhibitors and almost 47,000 visitors. Among those exhibitors were some of the finest knife makers in the world, who brought with them a handful of new knives. Here are the most notable blades from the show.

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Post by anonymous-10 » March 19th 2018, 11:44am

Hawk wrote:Piffle.

A list of EDC folding knives without a Chris Reeve Sebenza is like a watch list without Rolex.




True dat. But at least they left out Invicta Gerber
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Re: 12 New Knives From the Finest Knife Makers in the World

Post by bedlam » March 20th 2018, 7:11pm

I always end up with Spyderco for price/function and have never been let down.
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Post by anonymous-10 » March 21st 2018, 5:14am

Benchmade and Spyderco for me. With a couple of Opinels
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