Buck Knives Expands EDC Knife Selections

POST FALLS, ID— Buck Knives, Inc., a widely-recognized global leader in the hunting, outdoor, and everyday carry (EDC) knife markets, announces nearly two dozen new additions to the company’s every-day-carry (EDC) knife product selections.

Among the new knives are the 838 Deploy Wharnecliffes that feature satin-finished or black-cerakoted Wharnecliffe style blades, a reversable and removable pocket clip, plus a push-button automatic opening and safety button. The black cerakoted knife model has a black handle and uses S35VN steel while the orange and gray-blue handle versions of the 838 utilize 154CM steel in their blades. The blades on the 838 Deploy Wharnecliffes series are 3.125-inches long and the knives weigh 4.7-ounces and are only .120 inches thick to aid in concealment and carrying comfort with less bulk. In keeping with this design and feature track, the new 839 Mini Deploy Wharnecliffes have the same blade steel and handle feature options but offer smaller 1.75 inches blades and weigh 3.5 ounces while retaining the .120-inch thickness handle. All of these knives are manufactured at Buck Knives’ state-of-the-art facility in Post Falls, Idaho and are covered under the company’s Forever Warranty.

New also in 2024 are the 811 Trace Ops EDC knives (three versions available) that have a lightweight skeletal design handle and 3.23-inches Tanto-style blade crafted from 7Cr17 steel. The handles are made of anodized aluminum and are offered in black with red trim, camouflage gray and black mix, or a platinum gray tone. The Trace Ops knives are only .112 inches thick and utilize a reversable stainless steel pocket clip. Adding to the knives in this style are the new 812 Trace knives with skeletal handles offering a choice of blue, gold or orange colors. The 812 Trace knives have a drop-point blade with partial serration and are made from 7Cr17 steel.

Following the 812 Trace knives are the similar 814 Mini Trace knives (three models offered) with the same skeletal design and handle colors (blue, gold or orange) but with 2.43-inches long blades made from 7Cr17 steel. All these Trace series knives are designed for deep pocket carry but also arrive with pocket clips.

Another new EDC option offered by Buck Knives are the larger 744 Sovereign and the slightly smaller 743 Mini Sovereign. Two versions of each knife model are available with either stainless steel or a carbon-fiber pattern handle. The 744 Sovereign has a 3.225-inches long blade and the 743 Mini Sovereign has a 2.625 inches long blade with both blades being shaped from 7Cr17 steel. The carbon fiber pattern handles models in the 744 Sovereign and 743 Mini Sovereign have titanium coated black blades. These knives have button locks and stainless steel pocket clips.

All these new 2024 EDC knives are covered under Buck’s industry-leading Forever Warranty and additional details on these and the more than 200 knives that Buck Knives offers can be found at www.buckknives.com.

ABOUT BUCK KNIVES: For nearly 125 years, Buck Knives has been handcrafting the finest quality knives and tools using the highest-quality materials and state-of-the-art processes, like the exclusive Bos heat treatment for blades. With more than 200 knife models available, Buck Knives are built to perform at the highest level and last for generations. Located in Post Falls, Idaho, and employing more than 320 people, Buck Knives is proud to make knives in America and stand behind those with the company’s exclusive Forever Warranty. Visit www.buckknives.com or call 800-735-2825 for additional details.