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Zero Tolerance Knives burst onto the scene in 2006 and almost immediately became known for their razor-sharp, heavy duty blades. Made in the USA in Tualatin, Oregon, home of several leading knife manufacturers, ZT Knives can go places other blades can't, can survive situations other knives won't, and are proudly over-manufactured in a way that most other cutting tools aren't.
Originally built for combat personnel, Zero Tolerance's reputation for producing the hardest of hard-use knives soon led the company to expand its product offerings to meet the needs of law enforcement, first responders, and hardcore outdoor enthusiasts. Today, barely a decade after their first production run, Zero Tolerance blades are the go-to option for premium every day carry (EDC) knives.
There's a reason that Zero Tolerance Knives keep racking up awards and accolades from every corner: They engage in high-level collaborations with top-designers and aren't afraid to go the distance with premium materials and with additional testing for superior performance. If that means a knife can't be produced as quickly or as cheaply, so be it. There is zero tolerance for anything less than the best.
To see this philosophy in action, just check out the bestselling Zero Tolerance 0450, a limited-run series of knives based on the designs of Dmitry Sinkevich that have been a runaway hit almost from the moment they were released. We also recommend the Hinderer Linerlock Knife (black G-10 front handles), the Hinderer Collaboration Knife (3D-machined handles and machined titanium back), and the Combat Folder Linerlock Knife (3D-machined titanium G-10 handles). Or, if you're looking for something beyond a folding EDC, then gear up for a ZT fixed blade.
Zero Tolerance Knives is a brand of Kai USA, which also owns legendary knifemaker Kershaw Knives. Fiercely independent and obsessed with quality, Zero Tolerance never takes shortcuts and never stops engineering its products until they've reached perfection. There are cheaper ways to make knives, and there are cheaper knives on the market, but if you want a knife that's going to last, an EDC that lives up to the name, then Zero Tolerance is the way to go. You can buy inexpensive knives that you constantly have to replace, or you can buy the one knife you can depend on.
At Knife Country USA, we take a hands-on approach to every sale. This isn't about high-pressure sales tactics or the usual upselling, this is about using our knowledge and love of knives to ensure that every customer gets the right tool for the job. We're a family-owned business, and we don't sell anything our family wouldn't use. If you have questions about Zero Tolerance Knives, Kershaw Knives, or any of the brands we represent, we can answer them. Call us directly at (800) 342-9118 or send us an email. We look forward to getting to know you.
By the way, all of our products come with a 30-day satisfaction guarantee, and shipping is always free for purchases over $89.