Pocket Knife Review 2017
This one will definitely make a splash this coming year as one of the top contenders based on style, usability and performance. See our review below: And see bestsellers here…
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- High Tech Folding Blades-MTF-4Tib “Echo”
- Overall length 9 1/2″
- Blade length 4″
- Dimensions 9.5 x 1.8 x 9.5 inches
- Weight 8 ounces
- Mean hefty knife
- S30v blade titanium liner
- Stainless steel
- Nil – so far
Best Pocket Knives and Folding Knives for the Outdoors in 2017
Folders are the handiest knives around because they can always just sit in a pocket, waiting to be used. Sheath knives are handier only if you carry a sheath knife on your person all the time, and most of us can not do that. For some ludicrous reason, even some wilderness areas do not allow carry of a sheath knife, while folders are permissible almost everywhere. Everyone should carry a pocket knife in or clipped to their pocket when in the wilderness (or actually, all the time).
Good folders can range from a tiny Case Peanut to a Strider and everything in between. Any size can be useful, but the smallest probably won’t be quite adequate in the field for most people. If a larger knife is carried as well, then any pocket knife should do. Swiss Army knives are some of the most popular models for the outdoors and for good reason. Victorinox and Wenger are the best known brands, but all the well-known models are made by Victorinox.
The alox-handled models and the larger models are the most popular among outdoorsmen. The Pioneer Harvester and the Farmer are excellent choices in the smaller alox models. Both have a good blade and a saw, which are the most important options for the woods. Among the larger models, the Rucksack, the Trekker, and the Forester are great choices. All have a larger blade and saw, making them more useful than the smaller models if used as the general use knife. Pretty much all Victorinox models are great quality, but those named are some of the best for the outdoors.