Knives from the Tanto Punch Knife by DG Blade Co. ($230+) take their inspiration from Japanese swords. Knife maker Dylan Grace has designed a new high standard from which all other knives will now be measured. Made from quarter inch steel his knives have a very high carbon percentage so will always maintain its edge. The high-quality metal is matched with the knives quality wooden handle; the wood is sourced from various locations including the decks of sailing ships and features a rustic and industrial look to it. You can purchase these knives directly from Dylan Grace, and they’re available in a range of styles and prices.
The Tops Knives El Chete Machete ($300) was made for one thing…to chop. This is no wimpy knife. It features a blade that is a foot long which is made out of 1095 RC 56-58 steel and has a new finish called acid rain. The handle is made from sandwiched Micarta and will fill your ...[Read More]