There was a time when nearly all folding knives were either Swiss Army-style multi-tool folders or big aggressive tactical blades. But now, there’s a new style entering the space en masse: design-centric minimalism. Relegated primarily to boutique brands, this style now appears to be becoming a mainstay in the EDC world – which is especially apparent now that Gerber has taken it on with their Pocket Square Knife.
With your choice of a gray machined aluminum or black glass-filled textured nylon handle, this sleek blade is equipped with a 3″ drop point 7Cr17MoV stainless steel blade. The handle also features a liner lock, a removable and reversible tip-up pocket clip, and a slot where the blade’s ambidextrous thumb lift fits when the knife is closed. If ever there was a sign that sleek, well-designed EDC knives were here to stay, it’s Gerber’s Pocket Square Knife. Get one now for $29.
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