Case SlimLock Knives

Made by hand in Bradford, Pennsylvania, Case SlimLock Knives ($190-$250) feature a contemporary yet timeless design that's perfect to carry in your pocket for a few decades. First shown to us by Mr. Billy Reid, the SlimLock sports a one-hand opening drop point blade and comes in seven handle choices, including bone, ivory, mother-of-pearl, abalone, and our favorite, walnut.

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  • CardSharp

    Want to carry a knife but don't feel like adding any extra bulk to your already crowded pockets? Check out the CardSharp (£15; roughly $23). Thanks to its ingenious folding design, the CardSharp is the same size as a credit card, yet offers a 65mm stainless steel blade, and folds up securely for travel. A bit of advice: make sure it's not in your wallet the next time you're heading into the TSA line.

  • Shun Higo Nokami Gentleman's Knife

    Who said you had to be at home to enjoy the precision of a Shun blade? The Shun Higo Nokami Gentleman's Knife ($100) lets you bust out your culinary cutting skills wherever the need arises, with a locking foldout six-inch blade made from high-carbon stain-resistant VG-10 steel, a resin-infused PakkaWood handle with an inlaid silver and brass samurai family crest emblem, and an included black lacquer box with leather sheath. Good for cutting everything from steak to sushi.

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