Discussion in 'ESEE® Knives and Gear' started by Strigidae, Mar 21, 2020.
My Izula 2. Light. Tough. Has done everything I ever asked to do. Got one for each of my sons.
My Candiru is my EDC since it hides really nice in my pocket.
My Esee 6 which is missing the action. And my EDC Candiru.
No introduction needed.
My Canteenshop Bushcrafter is probably my favorite. The Izula II and the Esee Machete are a close second.
Just because of past, professional affiliation to and history behind this blade
I love the esee 5 i would like to get an esee 3 or 4 and an izula with scales,, i just dont know wich one to get first ..???? i dont carry big knive on me because people would probably call the police and so on. but i shure like them especially that junglas !
The Esee 4 is definitely the most used and carried. I’ve had it all over Alaska, Montana, Wyoming, South Dakota, Tennessee, North Carolina, Virginia and the list goes on. Never failed me on any task.
The 6 is my favorite I think. Ridden along for many miles.
My favorite knife is this Esee 6. It’s not a user, though. It belonged to my best friend. He passed away last year. He was a heck of an outdoorsman, probably forgot more than I’ll ever know. He’s also the guy that turned me on to Esee Knives.
Izula II. Nothing better for cutting and feather sticks
that is a great looking knife !
What is it ? At first I thought it might be a LTW Forest Trail, but there is no lanyard tube & the blade looks a little narrow but I really like that knife. The scale look awesome...really makes it look classy.
For EDC I love my Benchmade Mini Freek. But the Izula II and Expat Libertariat are also favorites.
I d have to say the Group Buy 6 is my favorite.
Loving this little Buck knife. Got it on sale for $5. Great for farm chores and hunting (skinning gutting small game).
My esee 6 and my izula. Hard to choose which one I like more
Well, I am kind of "loose" and change partners fairly frequently, lol. So at *the moment* my fav is my newly acquired LEATHERMAN "Sidekick". It is light, handy, has basic useful tools, and a pocket clip option. I also like the lanyard loop and provided carabiner so I can secure it to me on trail, scree, rough climbs so it does not become lost. My dream is to someday see a RANDALLS/ESEE multi tool, preferably a collaboration with Tim Leatherman.
Leatherman SIDEKICK by WOODSDEVIL posted Mar 27, 2020 at 6:36 PM
I’d have to say my 4 I have gotten the most use out of