High-Speed Tools for Hardcore Individuals

Strider Knives is a privately owned and operated company devoted solely to the development and construction of edged tools designed to survive use in the harshest of conditions.

The company was founded and is currently operated by former military personnel. The initial goal was to provide a field service knife constructed with the finest components available, yet affordable to the average enlisted man and within his maintenance abilities.

The initial goal having been met, Strider Knives found a ready market for custom-edged weapons and tools with the same component quality requirements as the first highly successful field knives. Many of Striders available edged tools are drawn from customer's specific design requirements. Others are simply the company's ability to look at a potential work environment and design a prototype to be tested and assessed by the workers of that environment.

The background of Strider Knives founders enables the company to assess requirements in diverse fields ranging from the average line soldier/marine through special operations, law enforcement and hunting to commercial diving. Various Strider designs have met and exceeded the requirements in each of these fields.


I have been carrying a Strider knife regularly since I was introduced to them five years ago. In those five years other edged tools have come across my desk in Special Operations, but none have impressed me as much with their rugged dependability and cutting power as Strider Knives have. In the recent months my unit was looking for an edged tool that would fill the bill for teams tasked with a SOF Peculiar Mission. During the review and contracting process Strider knives was consulted and was asked to make certain changes to an existing model on a small run of knives that would work for what was needed. Not only was it a resounding "YES", but we were promised the full run of the small lot in what could only be termed as a "ridiculously short" amount of time that we had set due to mission constraints. ...