If you’re in the market for a new EDC knife, the Gerber Sharkbelly is definitely worth a look.

Touted by the Oregon-based company as an “update to the classic everyday carry pocket knife,” the Gerber Sharkbelly features a 420HC steel, 3.25-inch sheepsfoot-style blade deployed with a decently-sized, ambidextrous thumb hole, revealing flat top serrations that are easily sharpened on a flat stone and designed to be practical for everyday use.

Meanwhile, the knife blends function and aesthetics with its tactile SharkSkin grip, which boast unidirectional scales that give you added traction when in hand. The handle is made of glass-filled nylon and includes a lanyard hole.

Additionally, the knife comes with a scratch-resistant pocket clip, allowing you to wear it anywhere without worrying about whether or not it’ll cause damage to a car, bike or other valuables you might brush up against.

The Gerber Sharkbelly sports an overall length of 7.75 inches and a weight of just under 2.3 ounces, meaning it’s perfect for any pocket or pack.

Available in both serrated and fine edge variations, the Gerber Sharkbelly comes with a $39 price tag.

For more information, go to

Up Next

Winning the Day: Smith & Wesson’s SW22 Victory Pistol

You won't have to settle for second place with Smith & Wesson's affordable target...