Tough enough for everyday use yet designed for travel, the Tiktaalik Field Knife Set will let you cook up real meals wherever you might be. The set is crafted from Swedish Sandvik steel, and includes a 3.5-inch paring knife, a 6-inch serrated knife, and a 6.25-inch chefs knife. Most notably, the knives forgo a traditional grip, reducing their weight dramatically while allowing them to stack on top of each other, taking up the same amount of space as one traditional knife. They arrive in a compact aluminum case with two Richlite cutting boards.
It's a good thing the Spyderco Bug Knife has a lanyard hole that's large enough for a key ring, because you're going to want it attached to something so it's not so easy to lose. This tiny folder measures 2.875 inches open and just 1.625 closed, with a flat-ground, 1.3-inch 3Cr13 stainless steel blade. The handle is also constructed of stainless steel, has a satin finish, and carries the company logo on the side.
With a design fit for a crime-fighting superhero, the Schrade SCHA5B M.A.G.I.C. Knife will serve you well whether you're battling the forces of evil or just opening a PITA blister pack retail package. It features a 3.3-inch black high carbon stainless steel blade with a clip point, spring-assisted opening technology with thumb knobs on either side, and a matching black aluminum handle with a safety lock, a pocket clip, and a hole for attaching it to a lanyard.
Light. Strong. And surprisingly handsome. The White River Knucklehead Knife weighs just 1.7 ounces thanks to its skeleton design, yet its 2.875-inch high-carbon stainless steel blade is chisel-ground to take plenty of abuse between sharpening. The open design lets you get a secure grip on it while allowing room for a bottle opener in rearmost hole, and the included Kydex sheath lets you wear it around your neck, on a belt, or attached to your boot. Available with a natural stone or black PVD finish, and made in the USA.