A knife is the most essential and useful tool you can take with you into the outdoors. But, do you know how to get the most out of one? Let’s go over the basics and show you all the stuff a knife can do.
This new Vulture Equipment Works Cholera is described as an, "all mountain" blade. A knife you can use for everything from making a fire to butchering game. We beat on it everywhere from the beaches of Maui to the forests of British Columbia to find out if that claim is true.
Outdoors during bad weather? A knife gives you the ability to start a fire in otherwise impossible conditions. Starting a fire like this every time is great survival practice.
At 16.5 inches, the ESEE Junglas is as long as a machete, but thick and sturdy like a knife. It'll also allow you to win any Crocodile Dundee "That's not a knife," contests.
Is there any cooler item of outdoors gear than a big, fixed-blade knife? Or a more misunderstood one? Let's look at what you actually use them for and how to do so.
British outdoorsman Bear Grylls had a fancy knife before, but it was really, really expensive. What if you didn't want to spend $700 to stab something? A solution presents itself. A $60 consumer-grade survival knife.