If you’re like me, trying to find a gift is the worst. Fortunately, for you, helping you find the perfect gift is part of my job.

I’ve written about 20 different knife-related gifts for under $20 with some great options. But, if your budget for a good friend or little brother is a little higher, we got you covered.

Here are 20 knife-related gift ideas for under $50. These include some of the best-sellers at Knife Depot and products people have been excited about recently.

1. Spyderco Tenacious

We’ll start with an easy option that just ekes in under the budget: the Spyderco Tenacious. This is not only one of our best-sellers, but it is one of the most renowned budget knives around. It showcases all that Spyderco has to offer in an affordable package.

This all-black version is sleek and sexy, with its 3.38-inch 8Cr13MoV stainless steel blade, grippy G-10 handle, and pronounced Round Hole. For under $50, it’s hard to find such a beloved knife as this.

2. Kershaw Reverb

The Reverb is an interesting little knife. This futuristic-looking folder was named one of the top sellers of 2017 by Knife News, and it’s not hard to see why. The small 2.5-inch blade is versatile and its machined recess allows for easy, one-handed opening.

A combo G-10 and carbon fiber handle adds some texture to the grip while a carabiner in the back allows for versatile carry. The best part about this knife is you can really take it anywhere you go.

3. Schrade Old Timer 6OT Golden Bear

From the modern to the classic, the next item under $50 is the Old Timer 6OT Golden Bear from Schrade. I’ve always been a big fan of Old Timer knives — the saw cut Delrin handles and the brass bolsters/pins give this knife a look that harkens back to the days of old.

This particular version of the Golden Bear also comes with engraving, making this an even better gift idea (though it’s available in its plain version too). The blade is 3.5 inches and locks with a back lock.

4. Ontario RAT Model 2

Remember when I said the Tenacious was the most beloved budget knife? I lied… the Ontario RAT takes that title. The RAT Model 1 and 2 are among the best budget folders around and have earned a reputation among diehards.

While you can opt for either one, I chose the RAT Model 2 because it’s a bit smaller and I tend to favor the slightly smaller versions. The 3-inch AUS-8 blade is still capable, however. If you look at reviews for all the different versions out there, you’ll see this knife is the real deal for anyone.

5. Winchester Bowie Knife

Who says all knives under $50 have to be folders? This Winchester Bowie Knife is a massive fixed blade knife and has been among our best-sellers for years. This blade is inspired by the classic Bowie knives typically found back in the Wild West after being popularized by the legendary James Bowie.

The blade is 8.75 inches with a clip point while the handle is wood with a brass guard. It comes with a ballistic nylon sheath.

6. Outdoor Edge Para-Claw

Here is a pretty cool gift that could have probably made it onto the under $20 list. It’s a relatively new product from Outdoor Edge that takes the popular paracord bracelet and adds a blade. Your initial thought might be this would make a good survival tool, but it actually makes a great self-defense tool as well. You can see some tips in our post about the Para-Claw.

Either way, this could be a great stocking stuffer.

7. Smith & Wesson Extreme Ops Tanto

For under $50, you can get a functional and badass blade in the Smith & Wesson Extreme Ops Tanto. Like the Golden Bear, this one comes with free engraving on the blade to make it even more special.

I often carry this knife and when it’s out of my EDC rotation, it stays in my car as a rescue tool, thanks to its glass breaking tip and seatbelt cutter embedded in the handle. The 3.3-inch blade has a partially serrated edge and the rubberized aluminum handle provides a solid grip in all types of situations.

8. Gerber Compact Sport Multitool

Think you can’t get a good American-made multitool for under $50? Think again. Just take a look at the Gerber Compact Sport.

Gerber gets a bad rap and while some of it is well-deserved, they can make some pretty great tools. This takes some of their popular one-hand opening tools and condenses it into a smaller package. This is made from bead-blasted 400 stainless steel and includes 12 “carefully chosen” components, such as screwdrivers, pliers, can opener, bottle opener, blade, and scissors.

The recipient won’t be disappointed with this multitool.

9. CRKT Drifter

When Wirecutter did an extensive search for the best pocket knife for the masses, they turned to experts and looked at dozens of different models. The conclusion was the the CRKT Drifter was the best for a few reasons: it has a compact size, an opening as smooth as butter, and a relatively cheap price.

This could make the perfect gift for someone who has never been into knives or simply needs a solid folder to open boxes. This is the G-10 version we’re highlighting but the stainless steel gets a ton of great reviews too.

You can’t go wrong with a Drifter.

10. Schrade SCHF51

I was tempted to put the best-selling Schrade SCHF36 on this list before deciding the newer version of the 36 should take its spot. The Schrade SCHF51 takes all the great things about the SCHF36 and removes some of the major complaints. The result is a nearly perfect budget fixed blade.

The blade is around 5 inches and made from 1095 carbon steel. The well-degisned handle is TPE and features the right amount of texture and jimping. Even those who aren’t outdoorsmen will appreciate this knife.

11. Magnum by Boker Duke Damascus

For something more ornate, there’s the Magnum by Boker Duke Damascus Folder. This handsome pocket knife features a 2.5-inch Damascus blade with a burl wood handle enclosed by two etched bolsters. From point to butt, the Duke is a fantastic knife to look at.

This is one of those knives that looks regal and expensive without breaking the bank.

12. Hibben Competition Throwing Knife Set

Does your gift recipient already have a ton of foldings knives and fixed blades? Try getting him or her a set of throwing knives. This set from United Cutlery and legend Gil Hibben comes with three competition-grade throwing knives that are durable and great for everyone.

Knife throwing is quickly becoming a popular sport that people can play in the comfort of their own backyard. Start a new tradition with this set.

13. Victorinox Cadet

You can never go wrong with a Victorinox Swiss Army Knife. There are so many models that even collectors will always love a new one. If you’re unsure which one to get, I highly recommend the Cadet. This is the quintessential Swiss Army Knife. It’s compact with the right amount of tools needed for everyday carry.

What makes this such a great gift is the silver Alox handles. It looks classier and more expensive than the traditional red cellidor models but also carries the familiar Victorinox emblem.

14. KA-BAR TDI Law Enforcement

When you want something that’ll shake the standard knife gift up a bit, there’s the KA-BAR TDI Law Enforcement. This unusual-looking knife is designed to resemble the handle of a pistol to allow for quick access in last-ditch situations or everyday carry.

Customers have told us they’ve given this 5.63-inch fixed blade to family for Christmas with much success. Knife fans will appreciate this well-built design.

15. Work Sharp Guided Field Sharpener

Gifts can’t always be fun and games. Sometimes, you need a good item to keep all your knives in tip-top condition. For those times, there’s the Work Sharp Guided Field Sharpener. This is one of the most versatile mobile sharpening systems around.

It has sharpening guides at different angles against diamond plates, ceramic rods, a sharpener for serrations, and a leather strop. All of this fits into a compact design meant to be taken outdoors. This is the ultimate maintenance tool for anyone with a knife.

16. Spyderco Ladybug

Say what you will about the cute name, but this knife is a beast in a small package. The knife has a sub-2-inch blade that makes it legal in most places with restrictions and a back lock for security during use. Despite the small size, the back lock makes this a reliable tool to use in any situation.

What I love about this knife is that it can be great for anyone — men, women, and even teens. Although I highlighted the purple version, it comes with  foliage green or black FRN scales too.

17. Schrade SCHOTF8TBS Viper

Do you know someone who wants to experience the joys of an OTF auto but lives in a place where they’re illegal? Then get them the unique Schrade SCHOTF8TBS Viper. This large out-the-front pocket knife features an assisted-opening mechanism that springs the 3.35-inch AUS-8 steel blade into action.

The handle is aluminum and comes with a safety lock to prevent accidental openings.

18. Kershaw Emerson CQC-6K

I was torn between adding the Kershaw Cryo G-10 or the Kershaw Emerson CQC-6K. Both are well-made folders made by two legendary knife makers — Rick Hinderer and Ernest Emerson. I ultimately went with the CQC-6K because of its history and badassery.

This knife is based off Emerson’s CQC-6, sometimes called the first tactical older ever made. It has a 3.25-inch blade that can open via a thumb disk or Emerson’s patented Wave feature. The G-10 handles feature the right amount of grip.

Despite the price, even the snobbiest knife collectors will appreciate the work put into this budget folder from Kershaw and Emerson.

19. Buck Quickfire

You may only know Buck as a maker of classic folders like the Buck 110 Folding Hunter. But Buck has been making some modern folders that compete with the best of them — and they’re made in the United States.

Take the Buck QuickFire for example. This folder has a 2.75-inch assisted-opening blade made from 420HC stainless steel and a handle made from high impact ETP. The overall look of this knife is very modern and most people would not think it’s a Buck at first sight.

Get this American-made folder for that person who needs a solid EDC.

20. Engraved Pocket Knife and Tin Combo

Finally, for those of you too lazy to even gift wrap your present, there’s the knife and tin combo. The combo comes with a Hallmark Folder that features a 2-inch blade and back lock. We sell the knife individually without engraving and customers love the simplicity and overall look. With this combo, you can engrave the knife.

But it also comes with a gift tin that fits the knife as a bonus. You can also get it engraved and use it as a gift wrap. You basically don’t have to do anything after buying it.