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Svord Peasant Knife

When you're looking for a simple folder to carry in your pocket every day — something with a no-frills design, a sharp, well-made blade, and a mechanism that opens easily — you need a Svord Peasant Knife ($19). An extended tang means you can open the three-inch New Zealand tool-grade carbon steel blade easily with just one hand, while also functioning to keep the knife open while you hold it. Each one is hand made and, while we prefer the classic look of the wooden handle, is available in a range of colored polypropylene handles. Use it as your go-to carry piece, or for fine and rough work around the shop or your home.

  • Spyderco Assist Knife

    Regardless of whether or not you rescue people for a living, sometimes you just want to be prepared for whatever disaster life throws your direction. With the Spyderco Assist Knife ($85), you can quickly cut through just about any material — in case you need to help someone escape from a burning car, or get yourself out of a sticky situation. The nearly-four-inch blade is made from VG-10 steel, and features a blunt tip, and has both a toothed and flat edge. It's made to quickly cut through seat belts, ropes, or pretty much anything else that's holding you back.

  • Gerber E.A.B. Pocket Knife

    This mega-minimalist knife is perfect for those of us who are sick of sharpening our blades after opening one too many Amazon shipments. Made of stainless steel, weighing only 2.2 ounces, and measuring just 2.4 inches when closed, the Gerber E.A.B (Exchange-A-Blade) Pocket Knife ($9) has a replaceable blade system that uses standard utility blades so you'll always be sharp and ready. It also sports a finger guard and a pocket clip that can double as a money clip.