Resolution: Lanham Act Violations

Backstory: In December 2015, a former Microtech employee, Tim Flynn, had boasted on a Facebook page dedicated to Microtech and Marfione Custom Knives that he was selling and servicing Microtech knives using components he obtained from 6 years of “dumpster diving”.  Additionally he made some unfounded comments about Tony Marfione and Microtech Knives. Resolution: Microtech and Marfione Custom Knives promptly filed legal proceedings intended to stop this fraudulent commerce and ...read more

Microtech Socom Collectors

  Calling all Microtech collectors – we are looking for photos of any Socom series manual action knives dated prior to 2008.  Please send images to socom@microtechknives before 10:00AM on Tuesday, May 31.  The best photo will win a Bounty Hunter Ultratech. We are also in search of vintage 1997-2000 samples of the following production models, with packaging if available, to display at Blade Show: Socom D/A Socom M/A Mini Socom M/A Mini Socom ...read more

Blade Show 2016

We are thrilled to announce special guest, award-winning tattoo artist Derrick Allen will be joining us at Blade Show, tattooing in our booth (#418!) throughout the weekend.  We will be scheduling sessions on a first-come, first-serve basis starting Friday at noon.  Session length and design complexity will be restricted to enable us to accommodate more clients.   We’d be honored to see some of our fans get Microtech tattoos though!  Check ...read more

WE WANT YOUR PHOTOS. Be in our catalog and get cool stuff!

MICROTECH fans we want YOU to send us photos… We are looking for lifestyle photos of you and  your Microtech knives for our 2016/17 catalog, and website. We are looking for these different categories-   -Sportman:  Do you take your MTK knife with you when you hunt, fish, hike, boat, kayak? Do hunt bear just with your knife? Do you make spears with your knife to hurl at pery? We wanna see it. Seriously, all ...read more

AKTI Increases Lobbying Efforts…

Microtech is pleased to share news from one of our industry partners, American Knife and Tool Institute.   It is our hope that these efforts will help our industry continue to thrive for years to come. See the full article, with photos, here.   American Knife & Tool Institute Increases Lobbying Efforts to Ensure Protection of Lawful Knife Owners Organization to Focus on Federal and State Efforts Including the Knife Owners’ ...read more

Most Popular Microtech of 2015

  The results are in, and once again the Ultratech ® is our most popular knife in 2015. The Ultratech® is available in a wide array of colors with several different blade styles, but it was our double-edged model with a black handle and standard black blade (SKU 122-1) which outsold all other varations. By now, we think it’s safe to call the Ultratech® a classic. But what really sets ...read more

Lanham Act Violations

Microtech Knives and Marfione Custom Knives are committed to protecting both their customers and their brands. In late December of 2015, it came to our attention that a former employee, Tim Flynn, is selling Microtech and Marfione Custom knives built with parts claimed to have been acquired “from 6 years of Microtech dumpster diving” and other dubious sources.   Our customers must be able to rely on the Microtech and ...read more

Apparel Now Available!

The latest Blood & Iron apparel now officially available to the public! Just in time for the holidays – stay warm during the winter months with Blood & Iron Clothing Company’s latest lineup of long sleeves, thermals, and hoodies for Men & Women. Last day for holiday ordering is 12/18/15. More information here: https://www.microtechknives.com/apparel/

T-Bot Release

Introducing the latest A. Marfione | D.C Munroe collaboration – a tactical impact device called the T-Bot. Pictured above as a production model (6AL-4V titanium w/ Apocalyptic finish), we’re also releasing a few custom versions in copper. Designed as a striking implement, control device, and bottle opener, this non-intimidating piece is 100% legal to carry everywhere.   A. Marfione D.C. Munroe T-Bot

Microtech to Add UPC Codes

Microtech Knives is excited to announce we have acquired a GS1 Company Prefix, assigned Global Trade Item Numbers to all of our products, and are in the process of integrating Universal Product Codes (UPC) into all of our retail packaging.  This will enable our dealer network to better identify and manage product inventory. This new solution will be fully implemented in the coming weeks.  We look forward to the improved ...read more