The Level Collective x Blok Knives

EDC is something we’re pretty serious about here at Coolector HQ and we’re always on the lookout for great collabs in this sphere. This led us nicely to this The Level Collective x Blok Knives collaboration which consists of an awesome looking backpack and outdoor knife which will be ideally suited to any autumn adventures afoot.

The Level Collective x Blok Knives release is due out tomorrow and will fly off the shelves quickly. Given its limited edition nature, you’re definitely going to want to move fast if you like what you see with either the outdoor knife, backpack or both. Urban industrial edge meets hardy outdoor excellence with this collaboration. The Level Collective share a passion for handcrafting striking and versatile products which are purpose built to last a lifetime and combine traditional, robust materials with minimalist, timeless design. This is abundantly evident in this collab with the guys at Blok Knives.

The Backpack

Priced at £125 and with only 100 to be made, this is an instant classic in our opinion here at Coolector HQ. It is a Blok Knives remix on the brand’s classic Winnats Roll Top backpack and it boasts the sort of stealthy aesthetic that we always gravitates towards. It has been carefully designed to keep your gear safe n’ dry in the wild and the city.

Handmade in Britain from hardy natural ingredients designed to age beautifully and tell a tale of the adventures you’ve taken it on. It has a 20L capacity which is more than enough for any day to day activity or commute to work and it’s hard not to be impressed with the calibre of the craftsmanship and first class materials used throughout.

The Outdoor Knife

A wonderfully functional and versatile prep knife perfectly suited for camping, van life, outdoor cooking, gardening, game prep or just having a bit of outdoorsy awesomeness in your home kitchen. Handmade in Derbyshire from corrosion resistant D2 grade steel, there is an impressive robustness to the performance.

Matte finish patina designed to discolour uniquely through use. The handle is laser etched on both sides with Peak District topography. The blade is dual branded on one side, and limited edition numbered on the back.

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