Over 70 years since its founding and Gerber continues to grow. Still grounded in the same principles that first guided Joseph R. Gerber’s “enterprise,” Gerber is a company dedicated to making knives and tools that combine high quality materials and innovative designs that will stand up to a lifetime of use.
The sleek, stainless steel sheath knives of the ’50s and ’60s have given birth to today’s lightweight, open-frame folding knives. Gerber is, however, no longer just a knife company. Multi-tools, axes, handsaws, machetes, headlamps, flashlights, survival kits, digging implements - these are the newest directions that Gerber explores with the same standards of quality and design that inform their revered knife making.
Drawing on decades of experience perfecting the folding pocket knife, the US1 is an American made testament to great design. The best-in-class 420HC blade is deployed with a simple nail nick and held in check by an easy to operate lock back design.
An excellent water sports knife, it meets the unique needs of rafting, paddling, and diving. A sturdy stainless steel blade, lightweight glass-filled nylon handle, and deliberately blunt tip ensure you can carry it on any number of watery excursions.
With a classic multi-purpose design, this machete has an impressive 17.9 inch full tang blade that is evenly weighted and precision grinded for minimal exertion. Confidently secured by the Gator Grip handle, paracord lanyard, and sheath, go into the wild prepared.
Featuring the thickest blade in Gerber's machete line, the Golok is built to handle tough underbrush and stubborn green wood. A dual tapered blade design allows for less strain, more efficiency. A Gator Grip handle feels snug in hand even after multiple swings.
With an iconic design, the Gator series has become synonymous with craftsmanship and field-tested durability. A portable folding application partners with the patented Gator Grip handle to offer unsurpassed comfort and ease of use.
With bright green accents and a body designed to keep it from rolling, this flashlight is easy to find and use at the campsite. With a textured handle and an IPX7 water-resistance rating, it is reliable to use in any weather. Three lighting modes are ignited by a tail cap switch.
Cook, eat, drink, and be merry. With a blunt tip and a bottle opener, this compact knife is loaded with every feature a camper needs. A reversible pocket clip is designed for right or left carry, and a locking sheath adds versatile carry options.
Just as portable as the ever-popular LST, the Commuter offers a slightly heftier design with grippy rubber inserts on the handle and a 420HC steel stone washed blade. The slim design is carried comfortably in pocket, featuring a nail nick opening, finger jimping, and lock back safety mechanism for secure purchase in the open or closed state.
Gerber’s new multi-tool offers uncompromising performance through revolutionary design. The innovative center-axis driver opens to align like a real screw driver, yielding maximum torque and rotation. No productivity is sacrificed with the addition of a 30% longer outboard blade and one-thumb opening sliding jaws. Full size, real tools - the multi-tool just got a reality check.
Featuring the FAST 2.0 assisted opening technology, the partially serrated blade deploys quickly when your life depends on it. With both a plunge lock and a safety lock, this knife is safe in use and in pocket.
This survival knife for scouting is full of features to keep you safe. This lightweight portable folder offers a surprisingly tough drop point blade, ideal for cutting rope and edge retention. The rubber grip and lock back mechanism keep the blade in place.
The ideal companion for the well-equipped adventurer, this sharpener has two rod shaped diamond-coated sharpeners to cater to serrated blades. Coarse carbide and fine ceramic inserts will keep you fine edge blades in tip top shape. The hard plastic sheath keeps it all secure.
A modern version of the jungle tribesmen's tool, this Parang machete is upgraded with the survival acumen of Bear Grylls. A full tang, angled blade is ideal for clearing and holds an edge. The rubber grip keeps it firmly in hand and a lanyard keeps it nearby.
No matter the problem you are solving for in the wild, you are more than likely going to need your hands. The Hands-Free Torch is an adjustable head lamp with three settings (bright, low, off) that allow you to tackle any task, hands-free or otherwise.
Offering maximum utility, this knife serves many purposes. A full tang blade partners with nearly 4 feet of paracord to give you added versatility when you are out in the wild. A lightweight, slim sheath has a removable clip to give added packing options.