The second Serge Panchenko collaboration with Fox Knives this year will be the Spike, a compact wharncliffe neck knife with a neatly flush-mounted black G-10 handle that adds grip, without adding any bulk.

Serge Panchenko’s custom Bean folder helped popularize the concept of a ball detent-based slipjoint, which doesn’t lock but stops firmly in the open and closed position. This new collaboration puts the Bean in Fox’s roster of blades and will come in wood or G10 scales with 440C blade steel for an MSRP of just $40.

The new Hugin is an impressively large folder from Fox and designer Mikkel Willumsen. Another addition to the BlackFox line, it has a 440C recurve tanto blade, authoritative flipper action, and a striking Todd Begg-style ball bearing clip.

This narrow new knife, dubbed the Thinny will also join Fox’s BlackFox label. Fox elevates the 440C stainless steel framelock with a laser-etched pattern running along the handles, which also helps with the grip.

This yet to be named balisong knife is the latest addition to Fox Knives’ ‘BlackFox’ line of tactical gear, and is in fact the first balisong under the BlackFox label. Rather than a manual latch to stay open and closed, this knife uses magnets to keep the safe and bite handles together.

These new “Mini-Ka” karambits are so tiny, Fox had to remove letters from their name. Well, that’s what we’re assuming, anyway. These micro-karambits might be tiny, but they’re definitely built to the Fox Knives standard of quality, with a choice of colorful G-10 handle scales. Like Fox’s menu of full-size karambits they can be clipped to a pocket for quick retrieval. Who knew that a karambit could be so adorable?

The Fox 500 series knives will be simple lock back knives that blend traditional and modern features. They have no pocket clip to interfere with the sculpted ergonomics, but the N690Co steel blade can still be opened one-handed with a thumbstud. Fox plans to offer them in a number of different handle options.