Here’s a trio from the justly famous Chris Reeves Knives label. The Pacific (tan blade) continues their tradition of honoring elite military units. A Reeve/Harsey design, it honors the 50th anniversary of the 1st Special Forces Group (Airborne). The Green Beret (dark blade), also designed by Reeve/Harsey, features a dorsal tapered profile, and the Rockwell 55-57 means it’s durable and can withstand chopping and tough use — like its namesake. Both knives are available with and without serrations (and offer many other features not covered here!). The folder, called the “Large Inkosi” (plain edge) is Reeves’ most technologically advanced model, pushing characteristics of the Integral Lock blade strength, pivot and lock tolerances and overall ergonomics. Available with left or right handed orientation. This knife has an amazingly smooth action and, simply put, exudes quality.