Just a few weeks ago, Millit Knives’ Shane McGoldrick pledged that 2017 would be a big year for the company. Millit would no longer just be known as a top-flight OEM, but also a force to reckoned with on the high-end production knife scene. The company’s plan to offer collaborations with top designers is intended to extend its reputation and build the Millit brand.
The first of these knives, called the Max Evolution, is arriving well ahead of schedule. Designed in conjunction with custom knife maker Jerry Moen, Millit anticipates the knife will reset the bar for what people can expect out of a high-end production knife.
“This is a custom quality knife, with nowhere near custom knife prices,” says McGoldrick. High-end production knives can rival customs in quality, and the competition is fierce. “This is where the expectation is going to lie now,” McGoldrick reckons.
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