Steel Will Knives Introduces a New Everyday Carry Knife The Cager Series

Phil White
by Phil White

I recently wrote a short post on Steel Will knives. These are quality knives at a very reasonable price. These knives are made in Italy. This new Cager series comes in a Tanto blade as well as a drop point.

New York, NY- Steel Will Knives, a premium brand that produces knives with the highest standards of quality, announces their newest urban knife, the Cager. This compact fixed blade is designed as a heavy-duty everyday carry knife (EDC).

Steel Will presents a knife that is dependable and intended for the EDC enthusiasts. The Cager is forged using D2 material for its proven hardness and wear resistance. Its size, weight, and form strike the perfect balance between strength and cutting properties. The Cager has a full body tang and measures just over nine inches total. It is offered with two blade styles to choose between; a drop-point (1410) or a modern tanto blade (1420), both offering exceptional protection. The black G10 handle resists daily impurities such as dirt or grime and provides a grip that won’t slip or fail. Maximizing the Cager’s concealability during operations, a Kydex sheath can be adapted to fit horizontally on a pack or on person.


· Steel: D2
· Full Length: 9.06 inches
· Blade Length: 4.33 inches
· Blade Thickness: 0.16”
· Blade-HRC: 58-60
· Weight: 7.34oz
· Handle: G10
· Sheath: Kydex
· MSRP: $89.99

To learn more about the Cager 1410 & 1420, please visit

About Steel Will Knives:
Steel Will Knives mission is to create the world’s best knives by choosing the finest time-tested metals from Japan, Austria, America, and other countries to ensure every knife achieves the distinct properties for which it is created. They are produced with scrupulous attention to every detail and are constantly searching for new ideas to revolutionize their products, and stay on the cutting edge of technology. Steel Will Knives prides themselves on designing products with the highest level of performance, quality, and craftsmanship. For more information, visit

Phil White
Phil White

Retired police officer with 30 years of service. Firearms instructor and SRU team member. I still instruct with local agencies. My daily carry pistol is the tried and true 1911. I'm retired as associate editor since December 14th 2017. My replacement is my friend Pete M email: you can reach Pete for product reviews etc.

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  • J. Wilson J. Wilson on Sep 04, 2015

    Made in Italy? Yes, some of their knives are made in Italy. However, the Cager and most of the others are made in China.

    • @J. Wilson I noticed that last night as I looked through all the offerings. As J posted it's D2 steel which is a plus. China doesn't always mean bad anymore.