Featured by Matt Sampson
Review: We put the Coros Vertix GPS adventure watch through the wringer. Here’s how it held up
Is it really the ‘best’ on the market? Let’s find out.
Review: the Cold Steel 36ME Drop Forged Push Knife wants you to know about death
“Death? What do y’all know about death?’
Review: the Leatherman Bond is a fittingly British multitool in all the wrong ways
The Bond is appropriately named, similar to the James variety: Outdated, flawed, and very, very British.
Review: the Streamlight Microstream is your new replacement for your tired cellphone light
A powerful EDC light that fits in the palm of your hand.
Review: the Skeletool is a Leatherman for people who don’t want to carry a Leatherman
A knife and a half from Leatherman.
The Space Force Ka-Bar that nobody asked for is finally here
In space, no one can hear you stab.
Review: the Gerber Quadrant is a swing and a miss at the casual knife owner
Gerber advertises the Quadrant as a 'fashion statement with a function.' The appearance isn’t even skin-deep.
Review: Ontario Knife Company’s RAT 3 is an Esee by any other name
Here's how this versatile blade stood up in the field.
Review: Three years with the Benchmade Mini Presidio II
It's the years, honey, not the mileage.