Outdoor Knives

Why You Should Bring a Knife When You Go Camping: Part Two

In our last blog we discussed why you should always have a knife with you or in your first aid kit when you go camping. In this entry we will go over some reasons why the knife you take camping or boating should be a Boye Knife. We make our blades by hand out of a special alloy that keeps an edge better than other knives, and has proven time and time again to stay sharp and have the cutting power you need. Pick up one of our blades today for the last knife you’ll ever need. Ways to Use a Knife While Camping As we mentioning in our last entry, a good knife has a wide variety of uses...

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Why You Should Bring a Knife When You Go Camping: Part One

Camping is one of the most fun times that you can have. It is a great activity to do on your own, with your family, or with your friends, and you can go camping any time of the year (yes, even during the winter.) Camping is probably the best way to get out of town and away from the stresses of the everyday world. Studies have shown that camping and many other forms of wilderness recreation actively reduce stress levels and increase creativity. If you have been wanting to work on some writing or some art, going camping might be just the shot in the arm that you need. When you go camping you need to remember to be prepared....

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Why You Should Always Carry A Knife

Whether you’re an avid outdoor enthusiast, or spend your free time out on the water, you likely know the importance of carrying a good knife. Unfortunately, many less experienced nature-lovers dismiss the importance of including a knife in their outdoor kit. At Boye Knives, we believe that a high-quality knife is an absolute necessity for everyone, from outdoor enthusiasts to bike messengers. Here are a few reasons you should consider carrying a knife with you. Emergency Situations If you’re ever in a car accident, you may find yourself stuck in your seat belt. Even minor collisions have a way of jamming the seat belt, keeping you from being able to exit the car. If you’re uninjured, you’ll be able to...

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