Gerber Expands Their EDC Offerings With 4 Retro Folding Blades

Jun 14, 2019

Category: Gear

Although the knifemakers at Gerber usually produce more tactical cutting tools, they’ve decided to dabble on the other side of the spectrum with their latest offerings. Unveiled at Blade Show 2019, these retro-inspired EDC blades boast plenty of style to match their substance.

Gerber the quartet of cutting tools includes the Jukebox folding shaving razor, Quadrant straight razor, Straightlace Wharncliffe, and Wingtip drop point blade — each with their own unique styling. Although all the knives offered are excellent options, our favorite is probably the aesthetically pleasing Quadrant knife. Combining style and function, the Quadrant boasts a 2.7-inch 7Cr17MoV steel blade with a rain finish, frame lock, and clean bamboo handle. The Quadrant also has a well-built finger flipper for smooth action every time. If you’re looking for a durable EDC blade with a classic look, one of these four knives can fill the space in your pocket. All of Gerber’s eye-catching knives are available right now, starting at $23.

Purchase: $23+

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