The James Brand Titanium Knife Collection

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When you think about your EDC knife, it's easy to focus on just the blade. But that's only half the equation — the handle and materials also play a huge role. Aluminum handles might seem more tactical while G10 handles fit in an outdoorsy carry for example. In the case of The James Brand family of knives, with its focus on everyday utility blended with modern styling, there's no better fit than titanium. The new Titanium Collection now has a knife in every EDCer's favorite metal, whether you want a keychain option, a classier slipjoint, or a hardworking framelock for your kit.

For their first materials-focused collection, The James Brand dressed up a well-balanced trio of their knives in matte Grade 5 titanium scales. Titanium has amazing physical properties that are perfectly suited for EDC gear: it's uniquely strong yet flexible, light weight, and resistant to corrosion. It also complements the sleek, minimalist silhouettes on these three knives.

If you're looking for day-to-day performance and a solid lock for hard use, the Chapter knife covers your bases. It features a usable 2.8” long, drop point D2 steel blade to tackle most cutting jobs. It deploys quickly via a manual thumb stud and locks up securely into its titanium frame lock. For a dressier, more modern take on a classic pocketknife, there's the County. Its 2.5” Sandvik 12C27 blade requires a two-hand open and doesn't lock, making it a viable EDC in places where large, locking knives or open carry are restricted. Last but not least, the titanium Elko knife can ride on your keychain and handle quick cuts, opening mail, and other smaller tasks thanks to its 1.74” blade and built-in screwdriver/keychain attachment point.

Check out the full titanium collection here, or grab the titanium Chapter at the link below.

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