Everything from the knives you want to hear about the most, to EDC and gear that has captured your attention, Knife & Gear Society has the best writers in the industry to help you decide whether your hard earned money will be well spent on the knife or piece of gear you are considering. We take the time and risk to put these products to the test, so that you can make an educated decision.
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The All-New Bugout 535BRK-4 From Benchmade is the Latest in Their Line of Incredibly Light Customized Versions of Their Popular EDC Knife Story by Jim Cobb, Photos by Jim Cobb and Manufactur... Read more
You Can Have an Expedient Shelter in 60-Seconds With the T6ZERO Tarp From Coalcracker Bushcraft, Making Setting Up Camp Quick and Easy Story and Photos by Reuben Bolieu Backpackers and campe... Read more
Whether You Are Backpacking or Just Out Getting Some Work Done, the Importance of Staying Hydrated Makes All the Difference to Your Health Story by Dana Benner, Photos by Dana Benner, Joshua... Read more
The Tiny Little Cutlery Corner on the Vegas Strip, PVK Vegas is a Small Knife Shop with a Big Presence and World Class Knives and Customs Story by Joshua Swanagon, Photos by Joshua Swanagon... Read more
Shining a Light on 6 Flashlights from Streamlight That Light Up Your World, Whether It Is in Camp, Around the House or In an Urban Setting Story by Jim Cobb, Photos by Manufacturer Like many... Read more
STRAAK, RYP Design and William Harsey Collaborate to Honor Billy Waugh with the new Limited Edition Waugh Signature Model, DEMO Flipper Knife Story and Photos by Waysun Johnny Tsai From the... Read more
Our Friends Over at Knife Magazine Give a Glimpse Behind the Paywall with a Great Piece on Some Custom Knife Makers With Head Turning Work At Knife & Gear Society we are knife lovers too... Read more
Keep Your Most Essential Items Close by and At the Ready, with the Haversack from The Hidden Woodsmen. All You Need, Nothing You Don’t. Story by Jim Cobb, Photos by Jim Cobb and Tammy Cobb I... Read more
Survival is Dangerous Enough but Surviving Without Fire Increases the Risk, Learning How to Make Char Cloth Gives You an Advantage Video by Andy Tran, InnerBark Outdoors If you’ve ever watch... Read more
Sometimes a Tomahawk is Just a Tomahawk, but Sometimes You See a Piece of Custom Work and It Becomes Something More Story by Joshua Swanagon, Photos by Jim Cooper (SharpByCoop Photograp I di... Read more