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Good knife stores near Denver, Co.

Discussion in 'FEEDBACK: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly!' started by dextersp1, Aug 15, 2008.

  1. dextersp1


    Jun 1, 2007
    I've been staying in the Salida, Co. area for a month or so and I was thinking about taking a trip into the big city of Denver - about 2 hrs away.

    Do you know of any good knife shops in the Denver area?

    I was thinking about stopping by the Spyderco Store. Do they have good prices there or are on line stores better.
  2. borrowed time

    borrowed time

    Dec 19, 2006
    Hey there neighbor! welcome to the area. i have a few you may want to visit. I've never been to the Spyderco shop, but rumour has it that they sell other brand blades as well as theirs.

    - Any Sporstman's Warehouse, although i like the one on I-25 & 80th Ave right off the interstate. they are one of the stores that recieve overstock knives that they put on sale. ive gotten a $200 knife there for $75 and many other deals.

    - While your in the north/west side of town. in the Westminster Mall at 88th & Sheridan, there is a knife/cuttlery shop called "The Cutting Edge". sometimes they have good deals on, just know your prices on stuff you may want before you go in.

    - If youre coming up this weekend, Aug 16-17th, there is a Gun Show at the Holiday Inn at I-70 & Chambers raod (by the new airport). there is usually a ton of knives there, its $6-7 to get in the door.

    good luck! - Eric
  3. Bruceter

    Bruceter Gold Member Gold Member

    May 19, 2000
    There is knife store on Sheridan and about 54th Ave. It is north of I-70, and south of I-76. I think the name is Rocky Mountain Specialty Gear.

  4. Jeff Clark

    Jeff Clark

    Apr 27, 1999
    The Spyderco Outlet store's prices don't match the internet, but they are better than some mall stores. They often have models that you don't find in your average store. I have bought several Japanese kitchen knives there which are not the Spyderco brand. They are often from manufacturers that supply Spyderco knives.

    PS. It may take you 4 hours to get to Denver. I-25 is fast, but the drive across the mountains on Hwy 160 will reduce your average speed.
  5. Jeff Clark

    Jeff Clark

    Apr 27, 1999
  6. scattershot


    May 31, 2007
    2nd Rocky Mountain Specialty Gear. Spyderco store is worth a look, and they sometimes have clearance sales. Also, around 6th Avenue where it joins I-70 is the Boker store. Haven't been there for years, so they may not still be there.
  7. dextersp1


    Jun 1, 2007
    txs for the recomendations -
  8. macgregor22


    Sep 20, 2007
    I have been to the Spyderco outlet.
    Really worth the trip, their prices are about the same online if you figure in shipping.

    They also have a nice big selection of Randall knives with no waiting period!

    Boker is also in Denver.
  9. amroc


    Jan 4, 2009
    If you feel like coming up into Fort Collins, I work in the knife store up there. It's in the Foothills mall, and is called Cutlery & More. We used to be Cutlery World YEARS ago before they went under and we kept going anyway. We've been in that mall for 27 years.
  10. air kershaw

    air kershaw

    Feb 3, 2009
    We also have a bass pro shop outdoor world up here. It has an ok selection of knives and lots of other great stuff. Worth checkin out you will surely find something of interest there. Their address is 7970 E. 49th ave # is 720-385-3600
    Last edited: Apr 8, 2009
  11. sticf


    Jan 21, 2009
    A trip up to Golden to see the Spyderco Store is almost a must if a knife knut gets close to Denver. Even if you do not like their knives it is still worth it IMO. If you are over 21, while in Golden swing by Coors (even if you do not like their product) and take the "Short Tour". Both are great companies, with very friendly staff.

  12. rnr


    Jan 6, 2004
    :eek: :mad:
    This is a year old thread that apostille resurected as a SPAM.
  13. 1Tracker


    Aug 17, 2006
    Is'nt the post above mine considered SPAM?!

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