“Little Big Knives” is a contradiction of a term, an oxymoron of sorts. Sort of like “jumbo shrimp” or “deafening silence,” how can a little knife be big? The idea behind “Little Big Knives” is knives with dimensions that make them easy to carry and in a lot of cases legal to carry, but design properties more intended for large, heavy duty knives.
Some people aren’t particularly fond of Little Big Knives – why would you want the weight and the bulk of a heavy duty knife without the long cutting edge? I personally find them charming, their bulbous looks and construction giving them an almost comic appearance, and they bring portability to a knife you can depend on. While it’s a relatively recent trend in the market, there’s enough competition to warrant a closer examination of the options available to consumers that want to put something big – but small – into their pocket.
Some good ones on this list. Since they are all folders, they left out my favorite little big knife – the CRKT Minimalist.View Linked Article