Our new Appetizer model is a fidget-friendly non-locking folder that’s just shy of 4.5″ overall with a sub-2″ blade. In addition to many of our style and finish options this model also includes a modular backspacer component.
This is the Olamic B.A.T. It was first sighted in an instagram post on March 13th, 2021. Additional sightings have been reported here on the website.
Following the similarly styled Wayfarer 247 (August 2019) and Busker (May 2019), the latest limited exclusive with CountyComm is the Whippersnapper. This variant is limited to just 24 pieces in each blade style and is serialized xx/24 (on the inside, unlike standard Whippersnappers). The main distinguishing feature is three prominent curved fullers in show side … Continue reading Whipsnap CC Limited
We just released a new lanyard bead to go with our latest Whippersnapper model. The idea was to have something to symbolize the meaning behind what a whippersnapper is and so for inspiration we used the popular purple devil emoji: 😈 . For more photos of the end result, more details, and to purchase you … Continue reading New Lanyard Bead!
Today we are launching our latest folding knife, the Whippersnapper. It’s a follow-up front-flipper to the Busker, also designed by Andrey Kolesnikov. This one will be available with American-made CPM 20CV steel from Crucible metals and feature our proven framelock DNA. The pocket clip has been updated to a full 3D design that offers easier … Continue reading Whippersnapper Launched
One of the most sought-after exotic steels is Bertie Rietveld’s Damascus. Perfected over decades, his steel is unique and offered in very limited quantities. We scored some at Blade Show and used it for a matching set of knives pictured here. You’ll see that there are two different patterns, they are called “Dragonskin” and “Nebula”. … Continue reading Exotic Damascus
A few times a year we make a few of these neck knives. They are mini fixed blades in a number of different designs. Because there are so many potential styles (shapes) we don’t give them official model names. Each batch has 3-5 designs with each design being limited to about 8 pieces. We very … Continue reading Stag Neck Knives
Our friends at DLT Trading just received the latest batch of our limited edition Damasteel Swish model. Visit their site to see fresh builds of this rare model, with variants not available anywhere else. Below is a preview gallery of some of these knives. Each Damasteel Swish is one of a kind and we used … Continue reading New Builds on DLT Trading
Our next upcoming model is a framelock version of a full custom design, the Rainmaker. Sign up below to receive notifications about this new release. This knife will have the same DNA as our other framelocks with features like a caged bearing system, floating backbar, all titanium construction, and M390 blade. Blade Options (June 2019) … Continue reading Rainmaker Framelock
For the first time ever we are using Damasteel on our most popular models. The Wayfarer 247, Busker, and Swish are now available to order with Damasteel blades and matching pocket clips. We are using their new Super Dense Twist Pattern, it is stainless, and we’re hardening it to 60 Rockwell. Each model is limited … Continue reading Damasteel Options Available
We just completed a batch of our fixed blades. These are fully handmade and all feature our in-house Damascus. There are two main types: High Carbon Vanadium Damascus (HCVD) and Nickel Carbon Mosaic Damascus (NCMD). This time we’ve incorporated a number of rare and challenging patterns on Voykar HT, Voykar Scout, Suna, and utility skinner … Continue reading New Fixed Blades
Pictured here is Entropic, our finish on titanium. It is available to order now on framelocks and we are still experimenting with how to use it on linerlocks. Entropy is defined as lack of predictability and that’s exactly what this is. Some of the first builds with Entropic are pictured below and we’re very excited … Continue reading New “Entropic” Finish
We wanted to make something fun and have had this idea for awhile. The pocket axe was first shared via a playful giveaway on instagram (link) and then revealed fully (link). After an overwhelming response we knew that it was time to bring this project to reality. It will be released in October, sign up … Continue reading Pocket Axe
Every once in awhile we like to make something different, or at least new to us. In a way it’s something to challenge us. This particular batch of fixed blades is the latest iteration in that endeavor. We wanted to have that classic style of matching wood sheath and handle. Here we are using Hornbeam … Continue reading Tanto w/ Matching Sheath
In 2016 we released our first bead, the Skullhunter Owl, to a great reception of both knife and non-knife people. Today we are following up with another bead design, but this time a bat. Bats exist in most cultures and symbolize a number of things including perception, life, death, and rebirth. The bead is $35 … Continue reading Bat Bead
Just in time for Halloween, the Shadow Swish is once again available for ordering. These are all black variants of the knife achieved using a PVD coating. We can build these in matte (pictured above) or stonewash, both having a very cool dark look. Halloween Edition variants of the Swish include purple, green, orange accents … Continue reading Shadow Swish is Back
We are starting to build a batch of Wayfarer 247s with PVD finished blades and/or handles. The option is available on both Classic and Harpoon style blades. This coating is applied via vapor deposition and is extremely durable. As is it is matte and non-reflective and on top of that we can also do a … Continue reading PVD Finish for Wayfarer 247
We have received hundreds of requests for a smaller model. It’s said go big or go home… so we did, except we went small. The Busker has a 2.25″ blade that’s deployed via front flipper or blade cutout. This means it’s legal everywhere and makes for a perfect EDC. On top of its practical size, … Continue reading Busker: New Design
Olamic began in 2010 with handmade Damascus hunting knives forged and built in Russia. We have always been proud of our in-house steel, specifically High Carbon Vanadium Damascus (H.C.V.D.) and its various patterns. In 2013 we expanded into folding knives and began using modern powder metals while our line of hand-forged fixed blades continued to … Continue reading Long Time Coming