Yes, we’re deep into the year, but that’s not going to stop us from showing you some of the new knives of 2015. We’re continuing with new products from Condor Tool & Knife.
There’s not as a robust offering of new products as some of the other brands, but the 2015 products from Condor TK are definitely worth a look.
We’re kicking things off with the Final Frontier. This is a nice fixed blade with a 4-inch blade that has a Scandi grind. The blade itself has epoxy black powder coating. Hollow rivets hold together the ergonomic handle made of Micarta. At the butt of the knife is a smashing pommel.
It comes with a sheath.
The Primitive Bush Knife is a collaboration between Condor TK and survivalist Matt Graham. Using his experiences living off the land, Graham designed this knife for outdoor adventures. Its 8-inch blade is made of 420HC steel.
It has a hardwood handle and comes with an interesting handcrafted leather sheath that’s supposedly more like a pouch.
Mini Duku Parang Machete
Next up are the two Mini Duku Parang Machetes. Both machetes feature blades made of 1075 high carbon steel with a natural finish and boast hardwood handles.
The blade on the smaller version is 10.5 inches while the other is 15.5 inches long. Both come with leather sheaths and have reduced weight, thanks to the skeletonized full tangs.
Speaking of skeletonized, the Tarpon looks to be a good fishing and utility knife. It’s made of 420HC stainless steel and has a blade length of 4.5 inches. The sheath is made from Kydex and paracord.
Knives and machetes weren’t the only additions by Condor TK. The Naval Cutlass is a nice sword with a 24-inch 1075 high carbon steel blade coated in epoxy black powder. The hardwood handle has a handguard.
For those aspiring knife makers who love to modify their knives, Condor TK will sell blanks. Blanks don’t have any handles, so you can make your own or wrap it with paracord.
They are starting off with three blanks from some of their current knives.