The KeyTron is an interesting take on the keychain knife. Rather than making it small enough to attach to a split ring, SOG integrated the split ring into the handle of the knife, making it more stable and comfortable when attached to a bundle of keys. The 1.8 inch 5Cr15MoV blade also has a bottle opener integrated into the back lock.

The Ace is a fixed blade companion to the Flare. Its a budget minded option for those just looking for a durable, lightweight fixed blade with style but not much fuss. The 3.8-inch blade is made from 7Cr17MoV steel, weighs just 4 ounces, and has an MSRP of only $34.

The new SOG Flare is a budget-friendly assisted folder that sports lightweight GFN handle construction and 8Cr13MoV steel. It reminds us a little of a budget version of the SOG Flash; good DNA from an EDC classic.

SOG expands their line of autos with this new stubby California-legal auto. Based on the original SOG-TAC with its scalloped finger grooves, this 2.9 inch blade brings a little of that tactical style to those who can’t (or don’t want to) carry a full-sized automatic.

Lots of SOG knives and multitools are in our immediate future. Let’s see what’s new!

The Dreed is a large and bold flipper from the mind of Mikkel Willumsen. This is quite a statement piece from Boker, with all custom hardware, a milled titanium frame, a steel lockbar insert, oversized thumbstuds/bladestops, and a dramatically wide hollow ground blade. It’s worth noting that while all the hardware is custom, it looks to be compatible with standard torx drivers.

The Picador is an in-house Boker design, with a 3.4 inch dagger style blade and dazzling polished titanium anodized blue accents. The titanium and all the skeletonization make it rather lightweight for its size, too, at just 2.9 ounces. Finally, a sculpted titanium clip rounds out the package.