There’s nothing like a classic. BUDK.com’s traditional pocket knives include time-honored styles like trappers, stockmans, fiddlebacks and toothpicks. We stock the very best pocket knives available at affordable prices, ensuring quality and durability with every product. Find yours today!
TRADITIONAL POCKET KNIVES FAQS
- What do you mean by traditional pocket knife?
Our traditional pocket knives include trappers, stockmans and fiddlebacks, which are tim-honored designs.
- What’s a trapper knife?
A trapper is a manual-opening pocket knife that has two blades – a spey and a clip point. The handle has a scale on each side and a bolster on each end.
- Where do you get your traditional pocket knives from?
Our traditional pocket knives come from a variety of vendors including Kissing Crane, Case, Ridge Runner, Hibben Knives and Timber Wolf.
Top Customer Reviews
Amazing and beautiful pocket knife! Works for a great gift for someone who likes pocket knives.
Review of: Timber Wolf Gentleman’s Lockback Pocket Knife
Received this knife in site box razor sharp right out of the box does not weigh down your pocket
Review of: Kriegar Helden Rand Kat Knife
Love this knife! It feels great and it looks cool as hell!
Review of: Black Ronin Bushido Pocket Knife
I got this one in the orange; sharp and well made. Very light, easy carry knife. After purchasing this I’d try another Kissing Crane knife. Good value
Review of: Kissing Crane Pocket Farmer Yellow Composite Pocket Knife
This is a sort of “gentleman’s folding pocketknife.” The walnut and pakkawood scales are well made for a mass production piece, and the pins hold them in place well over time (around three months as an edc now and still no wobble). The blade is just as tight at first though, and definitely needs to be worn in a bit before it’ll comfortable open one handed. The blade IS made of real damascus steel. It’s lower quality, industrial production damascus as opposed to hand crafted, but it is REAL. Makes perfect sense considering that cheap, mass produced damascus pieces are kinda Timber Wolf’s thing. So be warned: if you try stupid stuff like cutting up beer cans or something, then you WILL scratch through the very thin layer of steel that was acid etched, and the pattern on the blade WILL be much less distinct. If you’re looking for a work horse look else where. If you want a light use edc that looks good and doesn’t break the bank, one of these will serve you well.
Review of: Timber Wolf File Worked Damascus Pocket Knife