Knives for guides, swiftwater rescue professionals and serious kayakers.
Byrd Hawk bill
The BY22 byrd folder has a Hawkbill-shaped blade. This distinctive curved cutting tool's claw-like tip overwhelms material in its cutting path. As the hook pulls what is being cut against and in contact with the sharpened edge, the hook winds around material stopping it from sliding off the tip. The Hawkbill blade's shape is rooted in the commercial fishing industry, its profile ideal for downward, sweeping cutting performed at arm's length directed away from the body.
Gerber EZ Out Rescue Knife
Profoundly versatile and easy to use, this knife is meant to tackle your daily life. With a rugged polycarbonate handle that also has SoftGrip inserts, this handle offers superior grip. Easily deploy the blade with a well-placed cutout, as the name suggests.
Munkees Folding Knife II
The Munkees Folding Knife II, cut the cord when climbing or just as a sharp part on a key chain. The key chain as hand knife is a great accessory. It fits nicely in your pocket and is a great alternative to the Swiss knives. Munkees Keychain ensure that all keys remain together nicely.
Stohlquist Squeeze Lock
The Squeeze Lock knife’s 3″ blade securely locks into the sheath with our patented locking mechanism (Patent #5,926,959). An easy squeeze of the handle releases the knife.
Multiple mounting options and compact size make the Squeeze Lock the knife of choice among boaters.
Victorinox Spartan Knife
When you hear the words Swiss Army Knife, chances are you think of the legendary Officer’s knife. And that legend continues with the Spartan pocket knife. This is the pocket knife that started it all. The one that helped people all around the world to get the job done. And wherever your everyday adventures take you, the Spartan is ready.