We asked Matt from Ontario Knife Company to pick his favorite new blade in their lineup, and he grabbed the Trinity. We can see why, it’s a killer collaboration and a great carry knife, too.
Ontario's Pick

The Ontario Trinity will be the third collaboration between OKC and knifemaker Robert Carter. The name for this stylish flipper comes from its ‘trinity’ of materials: a titanium framelock, a lightweight G-10 show scale, and an AUS-steel blade.

The Ontario Wraith is a new everyday carry knife, designed to outperform its modest price tag. The handle scales are nicely shaped, with just enough swell in the handle to fill the hand but not too much for the pocket. The reversible tip-up clip is functional and discrete, and the AUS-8 blade is a great utilitarian drop point shape.

Next up: Ontario Knife Company. These dependable tool makers always bring a mix of new fixed blades and folders. Let’s see what they’ve got!

The Octopus Vulgaris is a new fixed blade with a big, beautiful flat ground blade. A crowned spine and tang make the knife comfortable in hand, and the barely-there letterboxing of the G10 scales makes for a style that is classic, crisp, and unmistakably Fox.

The old-meets-new new Fox Arditi combat dagger has an interesting back story. Its design comes from archival footage of the Arditi Italian Special Forces back in World War I.

This will be the latest fixed blade to join Fox Knives’ military division, and was built to be a soldier’s dependable companion knife. Rather than a thumb ramp for purchase, the Fox Felin has a comfortable cutout for the thumb to rest, with plenty of jimping for gloved hands.