C. C. Filson launched his eponymous company in Seattle in 1897. Five years later, Kansas blacksmith Hoyt Buck made his first eponymous knife. Now the two legendary brands have teamed up on a collection of outdoor-ready blades. Included in the offerings are a holding hunter knife, a camp knife, and a hatchet. Each one has a blade with a rustproof Cerakote finish — black on the hunter, blaze orange on the camp and hatchet — and Micarta handles that are as durable as they are easy to grip.