Badass Knives of the Week
Look up badass in the Oxford dictionary and you’ll see the words tough, uncompromising, and intimidating. But look up badass in our dictionary and you’ll see these knives.
There are thousands of knife designs from hundreds of manufacturers, but not all of them can accurately and definitively be called badass. So we began setting out each week to highlight a knife that deserves the title we call the Badass Knife of the Week.
The knives found on this page have all been previous winners of the prestigious award, showcasing characteristics, designs, and craftsmanship that ooze with badassery. You can also read the detailed entries over at the Badass Knife of the Week blog page.
Nice knife. Grip is just right; hefty but not too much for its size & construction. Blade shape is unique and flipper deploys quickly. Clip gripped too tight but loosened by prying up slightly; still snug enough where the knife won't come loose from the pocket too easily. I like the backwash finish; it give the knife that 'used' character without being 'used'. Been carrying it a lot lately.
I just ordered this item from the direct manufacturer and was sooooo beyond diaaapointed with the packaging! I wish I had ordered it from here as you are always professional and items come boxes properly. Hoping it gets resolved but if not I will be returning the item and purchasing it from you like I should have in the first place! A not so loyal customer that regrets the hell out of it #knifedepotorbust
I Love the Khukuri Knife.It is from KA-BAR and Unique Style that been used by British Gorkha Army since 1940 Ist World War.
Was not sure that I would like this knife, but the quality and usability are great selling points. The curved blade is definitely a key feature too. Love it! Carry it everywhere.
Kershaw is one of the top names in the business, & that's why I buy them. This knife is another winner. As for the seller, I have purchased more than a dozen items from them with never a glitch. I recommend both Kershaw & the Depot highly.
I have a Schrade Old Timer Sharpfinger with a stag handle. I have had it about 20 years. For several years I raised rabbits and I always used my sharpfinger for skinning and cleaning them, it always did a great job. It is the perfect made knife for skinning and it stays very sharp. I would highly recommend the sharpfinger to anyone cleaning or skinning animals it is a great knife.
This FH9, as well as others from 'your bench' are wonderful examples of 'loud simplicity.' My only real question : if these are your Scandinavian heritage that you maintain today, why does it read that it is manufactured in Japan, as in 'County of Origin'?
Typical Benchmade quality! Very attractive knife. I like it a lot!!