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SOG Specialty Knives – Brief History and Knife Reviews

The story of SOG’s inception began in Vietnam, where members of a highly classified U.S. special ops unit carried a unique combat knife into the jungle on covert missions. This special unit was known as MACV-SOG (Military Assistance Command, Vietnam – Studies and Observations Group) and its existence was once wholeheartedly denied by the US Government.
It wasn’t until long after the end of the war that the SOG story could even be told.

Years later, in 1986, that special knife inspired a young designer named Spencer Frazer to found SOG Specialty Knives. His mission, to reproduce the original SOG Bowie Knife and pay tribute to the special ops unit that created it.

What began as a single commemorative model soon became a full line of innovative tools field-proven by U.S. Special Forces and even honored as the Navy SEAL knife of choice.

Today, SOG knives are carried with confidence into the most demanding situations. So, regardless of whether you’re protecting others, leading an epic hunting expedition, tackling one of life’s everyday challenges, or facing your most extreme conditions yet, you can count on your SOG to help you lead the way. Consequently, SOG’s mission is to create not only some of the best fixed blade and folding knives on the market today but to also create some of the most distinctive field gear available; gear made especially for adventurous people who like to live “on the edge“.

SOG’s vision is to design and create gear of the highest quality, distinction, and value that delivers what consumers need in order to define the leading edge of technology.

Click here to see all available SOG folding knives on Amazon: SOG Folding Knife search.

In this detailed head to head review, I will be ranking and comparing the SOG Flashback to the CRKT Moxie on a range of different criteria. Before reading this head to head review, you should check out both the and the on Amazon so you are familiar with the knives that we will be debating. […] Read the full review...