Make dinner time on the trail a lot more convenient by packing along the Buck Travelmate Kit. This single-unit spacesaver combines a 4.87-inch, 410HC stainless steel blade that's serrated for spreading, slicing, and chopping with an antimirobial, injection-molded sheath. Set into the sheath is a handy fork, that also works as a bottle opener, can opener, flathead screwdriver, and grill scraper. That's a lot of utility, packed in not a lot of space.
As it turns out, files are great sources of high carbon steel. Which is why the Civilware Striker II Utility Knife is crafted from one. First, the file goes through an annealing process to remove the brittleness, and is then hand ground to shape in California, resulting in a versatile 3.75" blade with a unique patina that holds an edge well and sharpens easily. It's paired with a 4" Micarta composite handle and an included leather sheath that works whether you're a lefty or a righty.
Swiss Army knives come in all manner of colors and tool combinations, but they all have one thing in common: silver blades. The Victorinox Swiss Army Black Ice Classic SD differentiates itself from its brethren with black anodized blades that stand out even more thanks to the colorful camouflage scales and blaze orange lanyard. Of course, it's still a Swiss Army knife, and as such includes plenty of utility in the way of scissors, a keyring, tweezers, a straight blade, a toothpick, and a nail file that doubles as a screwdriver. An ideal way to add a little style to your EDC routine.