NEWS RSS

Are you looking to add another great knife to your EDC rotation without absolutely breaking your bank? Now more than ever it feels like you must make your dollars stretch further and that can be a challenge when it comes to buying quality knives. Kizer Cutlery is known for producing high-quality knives with premium materials and amazing ergonomics at a fraction of the cost of other knife brands. Whether you're looking for a simple EDC knife to beat up or a fancy blade for special occasions, there's definitely a Kizer knife for you. Read on to check out our Top 7 Kizer Knives!

Read more

Kizerknives_Ben -

Morgan Koens Rolls Out First Production Knife with KIZER KIZER I KnifeNews 2018-04-11 Morgan Koens is teaming up with Kizer for his first production collaboration, the Salient fixed blade. Fashioned for tactical purposes, Koens says this refined fighting knife can go beyond its intended role and flex into camp chores too. A standout feature on the Salient is its sweeping, full-bellied drop point blade. Previous Kizer fixed blades, beginning with the Thumbper, have used stainless steel, but the Salient is made from DLC-coated 1095 carbon steel. Its cutting edge is just over six inches in length, and Koens tells us small details in...

Read more

Kizer Gemini Lefty Review Aaron Shapiro 2018-04-11 Ray Laconico has been a favorite knife maker of mine for a long time. Over the years that I have been buying and selling custom knives I’ve had the opportunity to own two different customs from Ray. His style is simplistic, but with a very unique aesthetic that sticks out on a table full of titanium knives. Buy the Gemini at BladeHQ   The Kizer Gemini, a production version of the famous Jasmine, came out a few years ago to much fanfare and excitement, it was a chance for everyone that wanted a piece of Ray’s...

Read more

Kizerknives_Ben -

It’s been interesting to watch Kizer’s evolution over the years. They had an ambitious, albeit amorphous, beginning, with somewhat forgettable designs rendered in high-quality materials at head-turning prices; I still get a little jolt when I see the Sliver going for $70 with S35VN steel. Buy the Kizer Guru at BladeHQ   Then Kizer knives had the brilliant idea of bringing in talented knife designers to take full advantage of their manufacturing capabilities and great prices. It wasn’t their first collaboration knife, but the Ray Laconico-designed Gemini was the a big hit for Kizer, and the amount of collaborations rolling out of their doors...

Read more