Here is this month’s roundup of the best and popular EDC gear to add to your collection. If you are looking for the best items for everyday carry, gear up by checking out our list of EDC essentials.
For the month of March we have a host of knives to add to your everyday carry rotation.
Kershaw Bareknuckle (7777) is a manual folder with KVT ball-bearing opening mechanism and a 3.5″ blade. It takes its design cues from the popular Zero Tolerance 0777 and features lightweight aluminum handle scales and a Sandvik 14C28N steel blade with stonewash finish. The flipper tab works well with the KVT ball-bearing for fast and smooth
blade deplopment. An integral frame lock secures the blade while in use. The reversible deep-carry pocket clip is ideal for discreet carry.
Another Dmitry Sinkevich design, Zero Tolerance 0470 is a superb everyday carry knife that incorporates practicality and good design. The knife has a frame lock design with a blade made from CPM-20CV steel which gives it great corrosion resistance and long-lasting edge. Flipper tab along with KVT ball bearing system results in a smooth and flawless opening action. Knife handles are made from titanium with carbon fiber inserts. Titanium clip and the machined aluminum back spacers has a lanyard hole for added carry option. Definitely a must have for your EDC essentials.
Kershaw Knockout is a everyday carry knife with a 3.25″ blade and ergonomic anodized aluminum handles. Great for those that needs a lightweight but durable knife. The blade is built from Sandvik 14C28N steel with stonewashed finish with a good edge retention and corrosion resistance. The flipper tab makes it easy to deploy the blade and the sub-frame lock provides secure lock up when the knife is in use. The deep carry removable pocket clip allows different carry positions: tip up/down or left and right handed.
This particular model of Kizer Begleiter has a hollow grind tanto blade made from CPM-S35VN steel. Titanium handles adds to that minimalist sleek appearance and the blue pivot collar makes for an interesting look. This knife is an upgraded version that features full titanium handles with milled pockets to reduce weight. The included titanium pocket clip allows for tip down carry only.
Kershaw Decimus is one of the most interesting folding pocket knives with tactical appeal. It is a Rick Hinderer design based on the well received Maximus. Featuring an 8Cr13MoV single-edge blade with a bayonet grind with a black-oxide blackwash finish. The flipper opening mechanism combined with the SpeedSafe assisted opening ensure quick and smooth deployment. The stainless steel handles are more ergonomic and grippy with the glass filled nylon overlay and the frame lock mechanism keeps the blade secure when in use.