Malvaux Number 1 Knife

Designed to overcome the issues of knives that came before, the Malvaux Number 1 Knifeis an heirloom-quality tool that is as pleasurable to use as it is to behold. Its bent shape allows the stainless steel blade to be opened easily while also making it more comfortable to hold. The blade is water-jet cut and sharpened in Solingen, the shell made of CNC milled anodized aluminum, and the pieces assembled by hand in small batches Switzerland's Jura region. Available in bonfire orange or slate gray, each limited to just 150 pieces.

  • 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.

  • Nesmuk Janus Folding Knife

    Crafted without any visible rivets or screws, the Nesmuk Janus Folding Knife is one of the sleekest blades you can fit in your pocket. Its 3.3-inch blade is made from a special stainless steel with an extremely fine microstructure, then coated in matte black DLC for improved cutting performance. The handle, meanwhile, is secured using hidden screw joints, and is crafted from molded piano lacquer in black, blue, white, or orange, or, optionally, from hammered silver. Handmade in Solingen, Germany.

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