10 Best Folding Knives

Here are some of the best folding and EDC knives available. Please share your picks and comments too! Purchase links are provided below:

0:25 – 1) Kershaw Knockout 1870; 7.87″; 3.25″; Sandvik 14C28N; 3.6 oz; $65. – http://amzn.to/2q4Ewa1

3:01 – 1a) Kershaw Leek 3:35 – http://amzn.to/2q7uvXH

4:45 – 2) Sebenza 21 Large – 8.33″; 3.625″; S35VN and 6A14V; 4.7 oz; $410. – http://amzn.to/2q4l9Ob

6:25 – 3) Flash II – 8′; 3.5″; AUS8 HRC 57-58; 3.1 oz; $55. – http://amzn.to/2r1ZTWE

7:58 – 4) Sage II – 7.5″; 3″; S30V; 3.6oz; $155. – http://amzn.to/2q7joh8

11:10 – 5) Spyderco Tenacious G10 – 7.75″; 3.375″; 8CR13MOV; $35. – http://amzn.to/2q7yXFB

12:08 – 6) Spyderco Endura; 8.75″; 3.75″; 3.4oz; VG10; Japan $60. – http://amzn.to/2q7pyOt

12:08 – 7) Boker Plus Subcom Titanium – 4.625″; 1.875″; 440C; 2.3oz; $35. – http://amzn.to/2q7gU2p

13:52 – 8) Zero Tolerance 0560 – 8.8″; 3.75″; 5.8oz; Elmax; $260. -http://amzn.to/2q4n3hZ

17:09 – 9) Kershaw Blur; 7.87″; 3.4″; 440A; 4.2oz; $69. – http://amzn.to/2pAQBRf

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27 Replies to “10 Best Folding Knives”

  1. They are all fine folding knives, but since the first generation, I think that the best folding knife that was and continues to be, is the TOMCAT. How I miss the first gen knife.

  2. I like the quality of Chris Reeve and other high end knives but a frame lock or liner lock is just a joke 2 me. A basic Buck 110 is a much better design. Microtech Socom with a lame liner lock. A lock back also wont jar open if you fall down or something or just open in your pocket or what ever. I had an Emerson cqc7 once, the tip broke off for no reason and the titanium liner wore accross is like 3 months. I sent it in and they put a new liner on for like $20 or something but made me realize how retarded the knife was. I dont even consider those high end knives as real knives, they are novelty knives 4 rich people 2 buy an play around with. Theres a video of a guy using a Chris Reeve fixedblade out in the woods and the knife breaks in half lol sounds silly but he was probably the first person to actually use the knife. Flicking a knife open is stupid with any knife but the Sebenza is a little extra stupid either way.

  3. I'm sorry but Chris Reaves knifes are way over rated. I mean way over rated.

  4. The best folding knife is the Kershaw Filter. It's like 17 bucks so if you lose it no big deal. It's not perfect compared to expensive knives but it's perfect in the inexpensive knife realm.

  5. although i have tried to carry lots of knives, i usually just have a spyderco ladybug on my keychains…

  6. Am I the only one that it annoys that he keeps saying EDC instead of everyday carry

  7. Hi everyone, I would be very happy if you would like to come to my shop to see my knife. I sell Chinese brand knives. If you are interested, you can see my profile to find a link to my shop. Thank you

  8. If I spend $400 on an edc knife I better be able open it however I damn well please. Also as many others said, the ZT is made to be flipped open. I've owned several high end flippers and played with them obsessively without any issues.

  9. Nice review. You are spot on about rounding the top of the blade & hole on the Sage 2. I thought my Sage 2 had missed a final step in production because those edges were left untouched. I live only 20 minutes from the Spyderco outlet, so I went to see if they are all left unfinished (that is how the blade looks to me). Of course the answer was yes. The $150 price mentioned in the video was a sweet deal, I paid $185 from eBay & Spyderco had it marked down from $300 to $235 and when I asked if they price watch the rep. said no but they had a 20% off deal, which still put the price at just over $200. Just a small amount of work to the edges on my Sage 2 made it a better knife.

  10. So you have a left hand Sabenza (so you’re a lefty) yet you keep your other knives setup as right hand carry? None of them look used or carried much. Not a visible scratch on any of them. Do you ever use a knife for hard, long duration cutting or mostly light use edc?

  11. how the hell does this video have almost a million videos. that's insane. great video tho man. I'm just kinda surprised a knife video has that many views. I wish more people would get into knives

  12. Of course the ZT can handle being flicked open, I mean, it was designed as flipper… I'd say you're putting more "power" into a push on the flipper tab than you would on a thumbstud

  13. Poor mans Hinderer @ $250. I would say the Kershaw Thermite would be the poor mans Hinderer.

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