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B-2 Nano Blade Knife

A knife is no good if you don't have it with you. The B-2 Nano Blade Knife is so small you have no excuse not carry it. Just 1.8 inches in length when closed, it's ideal for hooking to a keychain. It measures just over 3 inches open, with a split blade that offers both a flat and serrated edge, and thanks to lightweight but rugged 440C black stainless steel construction, it weighs less than an ounce. Available in black.

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    Born in France in the late 1800s, Opinel's knives have served as essential EDC gear for everyone from Picasso to Paul Bocuse. The Opinel DIY Knife honors this tradition while adding a new trick of its own. Hidden inside the high-quality plastic handle are a pair of bits that fit into a slot at the end opposite the folding mechanism, letting this versatile piece function as both a screwdriver and knife without sacrificing the company's signature silhouette.

  • James Chapter Swell Knife

    A collaboration between James and Discommon born from a shared love of the sea, the James Chapter Swell Knife uses its oceanic influence for more than just decoration. The handle, designed by Nick Garfias, is modeled after the swell of an incoming wave, with the lip between dividing the different textures while also serving as an ergonomic grip point. An ocean blue thumb stud provides a dash of color amid the 2.33-inch drop point blade in D2 steel with a hand-rubbed satin finish and the scales made from a mix of titanium and anodized aluminum.