The Camillus Blaze features a 2.75-inch D2 steel blade and sculpted G-10 handles that have been laser etched with a unique pattern that also aids in grip. The pivot featuring Camillus’ proprietary bearing system. This svelte knife should be an EDC workhorse.

As the name suggests, the Chunk is a stout working knife. It has a broad, cleaver-esque 3-inch AUS-8 blade, coated in Camillus’ titanium coating, and offers a quick flipper ball bearing deployment.

Next up is Camillus, who’ve brought three EDC folders to unveil at this year’s show. We’ll get them in hand and on camera so you can check them out.

The Drastik is the first in Krudo’s new ‘BA’ series – amped up versions of their knives with, in this case, polished titanium handles and carbon fiber inlays.

The Revolute’s contrasting cross-hatched pattern milled into its scales isn’t just impressive looking – it also helps give it impressive traction, especially for an all-metal knife. This new Krudo also has a glass breaker perched on the tip of the front flipper tab for use in an emergency.

The Krudo Strick9 gets its name from a deadly poison infamous for its use in assassinations. The combination of angled thumb plate, flipper tab, and front flipper tab gives the user oodles of opening options. And, and its neutral ergonomics should make it comfortable in any hand.

The most suprising new product from Krudo has to be this modular knuck knife. You can use it like a regular knuck, but it can also accept different blades that lock in with the click of a button. So far, Krudo has made a dagger and a skinner-type blade. Look at the thickness of the blade stock – these blades pack a punch. Ouch!