Condor Goes Big for 2023 Product Reveal

With the turn of every new year, Condor Tool & Knife brings out an intimidatingly large suite of new knives, and 2023 is certainly no exception in that regard. The class of ’23 contains folders, fixed blades, and more besides. You can scope out the entire collection here, but we’ve highlighted a few highlights below.

Baby Cadejo

Condor is best known for its fixed blades, but has shown an ongoing interest in folders, made to its standards of ruggedness and affordability. The original Candejo came out in 2021, and now the line is getting revised and expanded. The handle material is upgraded to Zytel,there’s a cleaver blade variant on the way, and there’s also the Baby Cadejo [pictured above], which is smaller, with a 2.13-inch blade made from 420HC steel and opened with a thumb oval.


This bad boy is Joe Flowers’s follow up to the Terrasaur, a classsic bushcraft knife with some nice modern touches. That remit remains the same on the Terrachete, a full-blown chopper a polypropylene handle and leaf-ish blade that measures 14.6 inches long. The edge is compound ground, which a thicker geometry out torwards the tip and a thinner one near the handle for carving.


The striking new Patagon is a design by survivalist Walter A. Matthews, inspired by the knife culture of Patagonia. The handsome 5.9 inch drop point blade is made from 420HC stainless, which helps fight against the corrosion that is always a threat on knives used for hunting, field dressing, and other outdoorsman tasks.


The Zhaoka, alongside little brother release the Zolya, is the first collaboration design from graphic artist Nemanja Bogdanov. And there’s undoubtedly a visual flair to this fixed blade, with its canted drop point 1075 blade. At 3 inches in length it straddles the line between compact outdoors knife and hardy everyday carry.

Norse Dragon Cleaver

The Norse Dragon series grows this year with the Cleaver, a choppy fixed blade done up in a rugged Viking aesthetic. The blade steel is 1075, and the Norse Dragon Cleaver comes with a leather sheath.


Goran Mihalijovic is a master of the puukko form, crafting them by hand in his Amazon jungle forge. The Trivittata is a masterfully executed iteration of the Scandinavian standby. It’s 3.47-inch blade is scandi ground, of course, and paired to a pleasingly rotund handle. The Trivittata weighs 7.76 oz. and comes with a welted leather sheath.

Knife in Featured Image: Condor Tool & Knife Patagon

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