New For 2022: Smith’s Everyday Carry Knives

Smith's Products introduced four versatile knives for EDC use.

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posted on January 21, 2022
Smith's Ecesis 4 Inch Pocket Knife

Smith’s Consumer Products introduced four new everyday-carry (EDC) knives. These knives are designed to work hard and become trusted companions at home, in the shop or when enjoying a day in the field or on the water. 

Smith's Infima 3.26-inch Folding Knife is a gentleman’s knife, with a drop-point, satin-finish blade. The razor-sharp edge is forged from precision-heat-treated 3Cr13 stainless steel and includes a blade flipper with an ambidextrous thumb screw for easy opening. It is equipped with a rugged bead-blasted stainless-steel handle accentuated by a G10 inlay. A sturdy frame lock secures the blade in the open position during use. The Infima includes a point-down pocket clip and is well-suited for everyday carry. Key features of Smith’s Infima 3.26-Inch Folding Knife include:

  • 3.26-inch drop-point, satin-finish blade
  • Bead-blasted, stainless-steel handle with G10 Inlay
  • Frame lock
  • Blade flipper and ambidextrous thumb studs
  • Ball bearing pivot
  • Point-down pocket clip

Smith’s Infima 3.26-Inch Folding Knife is protected by a limited lifetime warranty and has an MSRP of $32.99.

Smith's Ecesis 4-Inch Pocket Knife is an attractive and functional EDC knife with a drop-point, satin-finish blade. Precision-heat-treated 3Cr13 stainless-steel engineering delivers corrosion resistance and long life to the knife’s 3-inch blade. Natural wood and stainless steel combine to make an attractive and rugged handle. A blade flipper design allows for easy opening, while a sturdy frame lock secures the blade in the open position during use. This knife includes a point-down pocket clip that is great for EDC. Key features of Smith’s Ecesis 4-Inch Pocket Knife include:

  • 3-inch drop-point, satin-finish blade
  • Natural Wood and stainless-steel handle
  • Frame lock
  • Blade flipper opener
  • Ball-bearing pivot
  • Point-up pocket clip

Smith’s Ecesis 4-Inch Pocket Knife is protected by a limited lifetime warranty and has an MSRP of $32.99.

Smith’s Caprella-Mini 2.25-Inch Folding Knife is compact, rugged and reliable. The razor-sharp blade is made of precision-heat-treated 3Cr13 stainless steel for toughness, corrosion resistance and easy sharpening. This EDC knife is equipped with a blade-flipper design for hassle-free opening, with a sturdy frame lock to secure the blade in the open position during use. A convenient point-down pocket clip keeps the knife within easy reach. Key features of Smith’s Caprella-Mini 2.25-Inch Folding Knife include:

  • 2.25-inch drop-point, satin-finish blade
  • Bead-blasted, stainless steel or black stainless-steel handle
  • Frame lock
  • Blade flipper opener
  • Ball-bearing pivot
  • Point-down pocket clip

Protected by a limited lifetime warranty, Smith’s Caprella-Mini 2.25-Inch Folding Knife is available with a bead blast stainless steel handle or a black stainless-steel handle and has an MSRP of $28.99.

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