Everyday Carry

GiantMouse ACE Biblio Pocket Knives

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GiantMouse ACE Biblio Pocket Knives

When you look to the EDC community for new knife recommendations, chances are something designed by the Danish knifemakers Jens Ansø and Jesper Voxnaes are bound to come up in the conversation. Their designs have been popular among seasoned knife collectors and new EDCers alike for their elegant balance of utility and aesthetics. The two have joined forces as the GiantMouse brand, bringing their mastery of minimalism to produce high-end, limited edition custom knives for everyday carry and outdoor use. The GiantMouse ACE line brings that custom-level design language to a broader market in the form of more affordable and more accessible production knives. The ACE Biblio in particular builds upon the popular custom GM1 silhouette as its foundation, delivering the design and performance worthy of an everyday carry in 9 different variations to better match your tastes and suit your EDC needs.

Although the GiantMouse ACE Biblio takes a utility-led, functionally-driven approach to its design, the result is as beautiful as it is practical. Its broad curves and organic lines in both the blade and handle make for a comfortable, ergonomic knife that’s versatile enough for most everyday tasks. It starts with its wharncliffe-esque blade shape, providing a wide belly to maximize usable cutting edge. It’s especially useful given its stout, 2.75“ blade length. The blade still comes to a sharp point for piercing and precision work, with jimping further up along the spine to add better grip for your index finger for finer handling. The full, flat saber grind on the Biblio also makes it an excellent slicer, while its high-performance Böhler M390 steel ensures it’ll keep a sharp edge for longer, even after day-in, day-out use. The blade deploys in a flash thanks to ball bearings in the pivot and a jimped, rear flipper tab, which then forms a comfortable forward finger choil for a secure grip as it secures in place via a liner lock.

Moving onto its handle, the Biblio comes in your choice of Micarta, Titanium, G10, or Bronze—all offering unique aesthetics, physical properties, and feel in hand. G10 and Micarta canvas offer a more organic handfeel and lightweight carry. Titanium brings an unmatched strength-to-weight ratio to the table. Lastly, solid bronze brings a uniquely satisfying heft to the knife and patinas to a one-of-a-kind finish that gets better with age. No matter the material, the 4“ handle fills the hand with dialed-in ergonomics, a generous choil, and three-finger grip towards the end of the knife for a balanced grip. A low-profile, reversible wire pocket clip gives you multiple carry options without creating hotspots when gripping tightly.

If you’re looking for a quality knife from some of the best designers in the business, but don’t want to break the bank, the ACE Biblio is a seriously compelling option. You can browse the line of these made-in-Italy knives, available in four different handle materials and satin or stonewashed blade finishes from GiantMouse’s site at the link below.

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