If you are in the market for a new pocket knife then you’ve come to the right place. I’ve included a broad collection of this year’s best everyday carry pocket knives and listed them in ascending order of price from $30 up to $140. Everyone’s needs are different. You might be looking for a cool gift to toss in someone’s Christmas stocking this year or perhaps you’re purchasing a new tool for everyday use. Regardless of the needs, I’m confident you’ll find what you are looking for in this collection of the best men’s pocket knives available right now.
We see the Leatherman Skeletool KBx Pocket Knife ($30) first. This knife is made in Portland, Oregon with a 420HC stainless steel blade that’s ideal for edge retention. The skeleton frame also means it weighs less than others. It tips the scale at just 1.5oz.
Next, we have the Roark Saigon Special Knife ($45) which is small and designed to be tucked on your keychain. The 440 stainless steel blade is razor sharp. If you are on the hunt for a keychain knife this is an ideal option because the $45 price + superior craftsmanship won’t be beaten on the market.
The SOG Knives Flash AT ($75) features a 3.45″ D2 stainless steel blade that’s been cryogenically heat-treated. The ergonomic handle offers some of the best grip around and the locking mechanism ensures your fingers stay safe.
Here we’ve got the Benchmade 380 Aller Multi-Tool ($136) which is on sale and marked down $24 right now. This pocket knife includes six tools: wharncliffe blade, screwdriver/pry tip, micro bit slot, a custom pocket/money clip, bottle opener, and lanyard/key-ring hole. This knife is made in Oregon, features a custom-made G10 handle for excellent grip, and it’s built to last.
The Carter by The James Brand ($139) comes in five different colors/materials for you to choose from and here we see it in Black/Stainless. The world class VG-10 stainless steel blade offers some of the best edge retention around. You can use this all day and it’ll hold up. The symmetrical thumb disc on top of the blade makes it really easy to open using just one hand and the machined G10 handle provides a really cool heritage look.
The sixth and final knife is the Civilware Brad Leone Carbon Fiber Puncher ($140) which is a limited-edition piece with a custom signature and garlic knot engraving from Brad Leone. This knife is made in the USA and features a 2.5″ D2 Steel blade and black carbon fiber handle that can be used with either hand.
Let’s take a look at these knives one more time. You can purchase any of them by following the links above or the links underneath this image below:
 Leatherman Skeletool KBx Pocket Knife [$30]
 Roark Saigon Special Knife [$45]
 SOG Knives Flash AT [$75]
 Benchmade 380 Aller Multi-Tool [$136]
 The Carter by The James Brand [$139]
 Civilware Brad Leone Carbon Fiber Puncher [$140]
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