His/Her Knives for Valentine’s Day

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Clip and pen blades
Saddle up for Valentine's Day with the Case John Wayne peanut.
Clip and pen blades
Saddle up for Valentine’s Day with the Case John Wayne peanut.
Kershaw Spoke
Whether you’re spoken for or not, the Kershaw Spoke will cut it for you and/or your sweetie-pie.

Valentine’s Day is a heartbeat away and there’s no better gift than his/her knives. These knives especially fit the bill because they are smallish folders that work well for both men and women. Featuring blades under 3 inches, they make the ideal everyday carry knife in most any venue.

Boker’s Damascus African Thuya is just such a knife. Boasting a 2.25-inch blade of Chad Nichols ladder-pattern damascus, it has a handle of tight-grained African thuya wood. MSRP: $299.

The Buck Apex is a sporty little folding knife with a 2 5/8 blade of 420HC stainless and a carbon fiber handle with carabiner, pocket clip and integrated bottle opener. Weight: 1.7 ounces. Closed length: 3.75 inches. MSRP: $45.

African Thuya Damascus
Boker’s Damascus African Thuya makes a great Valentine’s Day gift.
Buck Apex
Buck’s Apex features a carabiner, pocket clip and bottle opener in the carbon fiber handle.

If you’re into the Duke—John Wayne for you tenderfoots—Case’s John Wayne peanut pattern should be your cup of cattle-drive coffee. Sporting clip and pen blades—the former with Wayne’s signature—the Red River “D” shield and “The Duke” inscribed on the bolster, this one is made for Wayne fans everywhere.

The black-oxide-coated Spoke from Kershaw is an assisted-opening flipper folder with a 2-inch blade of 4Cr14 stainless and a forged steel handle. Closed length: 2.8 inches. MSRP: $27.99.

Finally, yet another great small knife for Valentine’s Day is the SOG Cash Card. The 2.75-inch blade of 8Cr13MoV stainless and full-metal construction make this minimalist’s dream knife come true.

SOG Cash Card
SOG’s Cash Card should appeal to him or her on Valentine’s Day.

His/her knives—you can’t beat ’em! For more on these classics and other great knives, stay tuned to blademag.com and the World’s No. 1 Knife Publication, BLADE®.

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