I spend a lot of time outdoors. They don’t call Louisiana “Sportsman’s Paradise” for nothing! We have some of the best hunting and fishing around. I personally love to fish and camp. And I never leave home without my pocket knife. But if I’m going camping or fishing, I’m sure to bring my survival knife. A folding pocket knife is great to always have for opening packages and little jobs like that. But if I’m out in the woods or at the fishing camp, I would rather have my survival knife.

Over the years I’ve owned and still own several different knives and I’m always keeping my eyes open for a knife to add to the collection. So after digging around online I’ve decided to make my own top 10 list of the best outdoor survival knives. So here we go….

1. Polaris 10-inch Hunting And Survival Knife Kit

You definitely get your moneys worth with this ultimate survival knife kit that includes integrated knife sharpener and multi tool! It has a full tang, Tanto-tipped / combination serrated blade made of high-carbon steel. And it has a dual-injected glass-filled nylon handle. The multi tool provides flint, small and large flat head screwdrivers, standard and metric wrenches, crowbar nail remover and a bottle opener.

You can find it on Amazon along with more detailed info and reviews.

2. Gerber Bear Grylls Ultimate Knife

Created by Gerber and survivor expert Bear Grylls! This knife is awesome! It comes with some cool extras too. The blade is made of high carbon stainless steel. And you will never lose your grip on the knife with the textured rubber handle.

You can depend on this knife for any task. You can cut fire wood with and fillet a freshly caught fish. You absolutely need this knife in your collection!

Check it out on Amazon.

3. Mossy Oak Survival Knife

Includes a sheath, sharpener, and fire starter. Really nice and sturdy knife for the price. I’ve always wanted a Rambo knife ever since I was a kid. I’m definitely going to get me one very soon!

For more info and detailed reviews visit Amazon.

4. Morakniv Bushcraft Carbon Steel Survival Knife

Comes with fire starter and sheathe. The fire starter yields 7,000 strikes and produces 3,000 degree sparks allowing it to work even when wet! The blade is carbon steel with a tungsten DLC anti-corrosive black coating. All in all the knife is very well-made and you can’t beat the price.

For more info and detailed reviews about this knife, visit Amazon.

5. Gerber Prodigy Survival Knife

Extremely tough knife! Razor sharp too! The full tang blade is stainless steel with a black oxide coating to improve corrosion resistance. This knife is ready for whatever you throw at it.

You can find it on Amazon.

6. Ottoza Custom Tracker Knife With Bone Handle

This is one heavy-duty knife with an awesome design pattern on the blade and the handle made out of bone! It’s not only an outdoor survival knife. But it’s a collectors knife as well. The sheath is heavy-duty and made out of thick leather.

Check it out on Amazon.

7. SOG Fixed Blade Ace Knife

This is a very affordable but durable knife. It has a stainless steel blade and a thermoplastic rubber handle. And it comes with a nylon sheath.

You can find it on Amazon.

8.Ka-Bar BK-22 Becker Companion Fixed Blade Knife

This is an awesome knife! The blade is made out of 1095 Cro-Van steel and is very sharp! Comes with a polyester front pouch sheath. The knife has some weight to it at 1.56 pounds. But it is a beast of a knife.

Get more info on this knife on Amazon.

9.Fallkniven A1bL A1 Fine Edge Fixed Blade Knife

This is a heavy-duty knife! The full tang blade is made out of laminated VG 10 steel. And the Kraton handle has a very comfortable grip. And it also comes with a sturdy black leather sheath which easily fastens to your belt.

For more info and detailed reviews visit Amazon.

10. GERBER StrongArm 420 High Carbon Stainless Steel Fixed Blade Survival Tactical Knife

In my opinion this is the best survival knife out there. The blade is made out of 420 high carbon stainless steel. And never lose your grip despite any weather conditions with it’s diamond-texture rubberized handle. The sheath is great too with many different ways to carry it on your belt.

The knife looks and feels like a combat knife but it definitely can be used for both combat and survival.

You can find it on Amazon.

Conclusion

Well, that concludes my list of awesome survival knives. I know that there are so many knives out there to choose from. But I also know that you will be more than pleased with any of these 10 Survival Knives!

Thank you for visiting my site and I hope you enjoyed this post.

Feel free to ask any questions you may have in the comments below.

Be safe and have fun out there!

  1. So many knives to choose from. Really helpful to get an idea of what kind of things to be on the lookout for in a survival knife. I’ll be sure to come back to this page when I’m ready to go an adventure so it’s going in my favourites! Thank you!!

  2. This is very informative. I would be interested to know your favourite knife. I am a Gerber fan because of my many years in the military and we use that brand a lot and I am comfortable with it.

    There are quite a few knives on here that I was unfamiliar with and you gave some great information about each. It really brought me back to my military days. Thanks for sharing.

    • Thank you Nate! And I’m glad that you enjoyed reading this post. I’m a Gerber fan as well and my favorite knife is that last one on my list; the Strongarm 420 High Carbon blade. Just an all around awesome knife!

  3. Great post about knives! I’m fond also of using knives not in combat or survival, but in the kitchen because I love to cook and cooking is my past time although I am not a chef or cook. Knives with the right sharpener go hand in hand and use knives in the right application. Wonder why you didn’t put links to Amazon for monetizing.

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