Here is my collection of reviews of Strider knives. Strider is known for their military inspired hard use blades. Founders Duane Dwyer and Mick Strider make all of their knives out of their San Marcos, California shop. Strider is best known for their folding knives, and their offerings are hallmarked by their distinct shape, titanium frame locks, and integral G10 backspacer and scale.
These are polarizing knives for many reasons, but Strider has built up a reputation for hard use, as well as an extremely loyal following. Duane Dwyer and Mick Strider’s custom pieces are also coveted among collectors and routinely sell for thousands of dollars.
Strider Knives Reviews
- Chris Reeve Knives Small Sebenza 21 vs. Strider PT CC - Knife Showdown
Five years ago the $300+ production knife market was a frontier town, with just a few big names able to operate successfully at these empyrean price points. Two of the biggest were Chris Reeve Knives and Strider. For ... continue reading
- Strider SJ-75 Review
I have come to really enjoy my Strider SnG. Perhaps its because I won it in a contest, and therefore, had no qualms about carrying and beating the crap out of it. Regardless, it is a knife I have really enjoyed. But h ... continue reading
- Strider PT Review
Last Updated: February 2, 2017 One of the best parts of blogging about knives is checking out other people's blogs, and seeing what they really like. It often piques my interest and expands my collection into all sor ... continue reading
- Strider SnG Review
For many knife collectors the Strider SnG is a holy grail of sorts. Much like the Chris Reeve Sebenza, the Strider SnG represents the top of the line for production grade folders. Toss in a Hinderer XM, and you have w ... continue reading