Cue that David Guetta and Sia song, “Titanium.” Just kidding.
But The James Brand isn’t, especially when it comes to their new collection of titanium-scaled pocket knives. Taking three of their best pocket knife designs from their existing collection, The James Brand elevated them even further by cladding them in titanium-scale.
Titanium is both lighter and stronger than steel. According to the brand, the material also has a “finish that’s subtle yet solid in-hand, and it has incredible toughness, balanced with remarkable corrosion resistance.” Titanium also offers the highest strength-to-density ratio of any metallic element, making it the best metal for anything requiring little weight but extreme strength. Like maybe a pocket knife? Or three.
The James Brand first Materials Collection includes titanium versions of three fan-favorite models: the County, the Chapter, and the Elko. Check them all out below.
When you hear the word pocket-knife, The County knife from The James Brand probably hits as close to the basic image without going fully Swiss. With a single 2.5-inch fold Sandvik 12C27 blade, a weight of less than 2 oz, and a 6al4v Titanium exterior scale, The County knife dares you to make it your pocket knife of choice. And with those stunning looks, how can you resist?
The brand’s original titanium knife, The Chapter is a single-blade folding knife that fits into any indoor or outdoor lifestyle. A belt clip provides ease of access when out in the woods and the stainless steel blade (with options for a tradition or serrated edge) is corrosion-resistant and sharp as hell. You’ll have The Chapter long enough to pass down to your son (or grandson!).
Small, but mighty, The Elko from The James Brand sports a key ring, bottle opener, screwdriver, and pry tool, all in a key-chain suitable package. The knife’s sleek, minimalist body and Sandvik 12C27 blade are complemented perfectly by the new titanium metal jacket. Toss this in your bag and whip it out in front of your friends to inspire some serious jealousy.
Want something super heavy duty and a bit bigger than a pocket knife? Take a look at this multi-tool.