WE Knife Merata Black Titanium Copper Foil Carbon Fiber
Anton Tkachenko Design limited to 205 pieces Titanium handle with Copper Foil Carbon Fiber InlayBlack stonewashed Trailing Point blade made of CPM 20CV flat blade grind
WE Knife Makani Titanium with Aluminium-Carbon Fiber Inlay
Anton Tkachenko Design Titanium handle with Aluminium-Carbon Fiber Inlay Drop point blade made of CMP20CV Hand rubbed satin blade finishlimited to 200
WE Knife Nitro Mini Marble Carbon Fiber
Peter Carey Design
Titanium & Carbon Fiber handle
CPM 20CV blade steel
drop point blade
flat blade grind
Hand Rubbed Satin blade finish
"Factory Best in Show" and "Best Factory Folder" -- Blade Show West 2022
WE Knife Thug XL Shredded Carbon Fiber
Matthew Christensen Design
Titanium & Carbon Fiber handle
CPM 20CV blade steel
Compound with hollow ground main bevel and flat ground tip
Hand Polished Satin blade finish
WE Knife Evoke Tiger Stripe Pattern Flamed Titanium
Ray Laconico design
6AL4V Titanium handle
CPM 20CV blade
Clip point blade
Flat blade grind
Black stonewashed blade finish
Designs by Ray Laconico are always something very special. Since his custom knives are not only rare, but essentially priceless, it is all the more beautiful when a premium manufacturer like WE Knife implements such a design.
The Evoke is a beautiful and above all timeless knife, which is optically fully in the tradition of classic, american framelock folder. Of course with titanium handle scales. This version comes with a super fancy titanium tiger stripe anodisation.
The ball bearing blade made of CPM 20CV steel, has a very long swedge, which gives the Evoke that certain "something". The knife is easily opened via the thumbstuds.
GiantMouse ACE Farley Blue G10 PVD
Slip Joint! YEAH!
M390 blade steel with a PVD Finish
"Dusk Blue" handle scales
If there is one item that has found its way into our pockets as a matter of course for generations, it is the pocket knife. Our grandfathers had one and even our grandmothers often carried a small knife somewhere in the depths of their handbag. Often these everyday companions were then passed on to the children and so it can happen that a pocket knife lingers perhaps already in the third generation in your pocket.
With the new Farley Slipjoint GiantMouse bow to exactly this kind of pocket knife - and yet create something new!
The shape of the knife is on the one hand oriented to the elegance of French or Italian folders, on the other hand you will find a certain similarity to Jens Ansos Casino. The rounded back spring merges seamlessly into the likewise rounded blade back and offers an impressive holding power that is noticeably above that of a Victorinox Alox. While the blade is made from Böhler's popular M390 steel with a belt satin finish, you have a choice of brass or micarta (which is backed with steel liners) for the handle scales. A real highlight is the impressive Walk &Talk: the rich "clack" when opening the knife is what makes knife hearts beat faster. So that the cutting edge of the Farley does not accidentally hit you on the back spring when closing, GiantMouse have installed a stoppin here, on which the blade root finds a defined stop. The stop at 90 degrees of the blade path also ensures that the knife does not accidentally flap on your fingers during work.
To make the knife completely left-handed friendly, not only the wire clip is convertible - you will also find the milled nail cut on the blade on both sides. By the way, the Farley is manufactured by Bestech in China. Here, the manufacturer proves that it rightly belongs to the big premium companies that build knives on a breathtaking level. Don't be fooled: even though the GiantMouse Farley makes an elegant appearance, it is, as always, a real workhorse with which you can definitely do some carving.
That leaves the name: as you know, each of the knives is named after a place important to the GiantMouse team. Imagine a bar at the foot of the Golden Gate Bridge. The fog is slowly rising over the water, creating that very special atmosphere in the setting sun. You have a table right by the window and just at this moment fresh oysters are brought to your place. In addition, there is a cool craft beer and in the background plays that surf band that you liked so much last year. Evenings like this are exactly why you keep booking a table at Farley.
Blade Finish / Handle Material:
Dark Stonewash / Green G10
BMKT EDC1 Bowie
available in three colors: Olive green (OD), black or natural (brown) canvas micarta.
handle construction: bead blasted Torx hardware
comes with black Kydex sheath with belt loop
made by Bestech
When a popular knife designer has a small batch produced, it's always exciting. In the case of BMKT's EDC1, this decision is not surprising because demand for Brendon Millekers most popular custom fixed is incredibly high. No wonder: after all, this compact EDC fixed is not only an extremely capable cutting tool, but also a real eye-catcher. The high blade provides a beautiful and eye-catching contrast to the slim, almost elegant handle finish.
The Bowie Blade of the EDC1 is made of Böhler's M390 steel, which has been given a robust stonewash finish. The large Torx screws that secure the micarta handle scales to the tang of the blade have also been given a similar matte finish.
Included with the knife is a snug-fitting Kydex sheath, so you can carry your EDC1 safely and easily in your pocket.
Did you know that the model for the Field Spec series was Heidi Blacksmith? Brendon Milleker is a huge fan of Heidi's knives. After Heidi's great success with his Heidi 1 - which is also made by Bestech - it was clear to Brandon that he wanted to follow a similar path to meet the high demand for his knives.
Giantmouse ACE Nimbus V2 Natural Canvas Micarta
New revised version
Design by Jesper Voxnaes and Jens Anso
Natural micarta handle and Elmax blade
This novelty makes the hearts of many fans of the big mouse beat faster: the Nimbus, one of the very early designs of GiantMouse, gets an update. Although a lot has changed, the knife has basically remained the same. The GiantMouse Nimbus is still not a saint - as the name of the knife suggests. On the contrary: this knife is a merciless workhorse with which you can really nibble something away.
Voxnaes and Anso were inspired by the old Danish motorcycle brand Nimbus, which was built from 1915 until late in the 1950s.
Now you are right to ask what a knife has to do with a motorcycle.
But the comparison is actually quite accurate: the motorcycle was not so much a racing machine as a 'workhorse', which also scored well in the off-road sector. With exactly this philosophy in mind, the Nimbus was designed.
A knife without frills and a blade that represents a modern interpretation of the Nordic puuko shape, with a bulbous curve that leads to a fine but robust tip that allows for fine cuts without any problems.
The function of the knife was also the main consideration in the choice of materials. The V2 version uses a 3D contoured Micarta, as we know it from the GiantMouse Ace Biblio. Micarta is not only very robust but can also be easily cleaned with a little water after work.
The liners, made of Asis 420 stainless steel, make the knife even more stable and the Liner Lock ensures that the blade is securely locked when open. In contrast to the first version, the Nimbus V2 now has washers made of phosphor bronze, which provide a little more stability and are very easy to clean. Also the blade has been updated: Böhler's Elmax steel is one of the best blade steels currently available in the industry. Here you get a 3.5mm thick blade, which is equally rust-resistant, tough and has good cutting properties and can handle even tougher cutting tasks effortlessly.
The Nimbus is clearly a real working knife that will find a new home in your toolbox, jacket pocket or work trousers.