If you’re looking to have a “Blue Christmas” without the budget blues, there are some great blue budget friendly knives on the market right now. While there are scores of blue knives to choose from, we’ve found four that fit the bill quite nicely, and they’re all under $50.
Four blue knives under $50
The KA-BAR Dozier D2 Folding Hunter Lockback features a 3″ D2 tool steel drop point blade with a titanium nitride finish and blade thickness of .11″. It’s a manual folder with ambidextrous thumb studs. It’s a lockback with blue zytel handles and an ambidextrous tip-up pocket clip. It’s 4.25″ closed, 7.25″ overall, and weighs 2.4oz.
The CIVIVI C2004B Mini Bullmastiff Blue features a 2.97″ 9Cr18MoV cleaver blade with a stonewash finish. It’s 1/8″ thick with a very nice fuller. It’s a manual flipper with ceramic ball bearings and the CIVIVI C pivot cap. It’s a linerlock with blue G-10 handles, an ambidextrous tip-up pocket clip, and a lanyard hole. It’s 4.2″ closed, 7.17″ overall, and weighs 3.5oz.
The B’yond EDC Arch Blue features a 3.75″ D2 tool steel drop point blade with a stonewash finish. It’s .15″ thick. This manual flipper with a ball bearing pivot system has blue G-10 handles with an ambidextrous tip-up pocket clip and a lanyard hole. It’s a linerlock with stainless steel liners. It’s 4.75″ closed, 8.25″ overall, and weighs 4.8oz.
All of the knives in the Rough Ryder Black & Blue Series feature mirror polished 440A stainless steel blades with half stops and match strike pulls. The handles are gorgeous blue sawcut jigged bone with black underliners. It has brass liners and nickel silver pins, shield and Slant R bolsters. This Rough Ryder Black & Blue Series Moose a clip point and Texas spay blade. It’s just 4.375″ closed.