Cutting Edge Gifts

Cutting Edge Gifts Locally owned and family run business, specializing in knives, swords, and collectibles. We stock Benchmade, Spyderco, ZT, Microtech, and many more brands, as well as custom knives.

Novelty and fantasy figures also. In order to assist you in your holiday shopping during Covid-19, we now offer curbside pick up and delivery options. Please call for details.

Operating as usual


New store in the Hobby Lobby shopping center open NOW!!!


Visit the New CEBLADES location in the Hobby Lobby shopping center opening Friday oct 1 2021!!!


New Bear and sons


New Spyderco in store now!


Now in store Spyderco Sharpmaker!


New case knife


Instant Knife Review With Terry


New Product


New segment! Be sure to comment and let us know what you would like us to review next


We have been working pretty hard getting new product, both in store, and up on the website.
Recently, we have added Hogue Knives and Piranha Knives to our product line, received a few custom blades from Brazil, some Condor Knife & Tool, and added to our line of Benchmade, Spyderco, Fred Perrin, and CRKT.
You can check out our website at;


New spyderco available!!!


New Boker products!!!


New product line available!!!

Coming soon!!!

Coming soon!!!

Coming soon!!!


New in store! Spyderco Swayback


New Spyderco Amalgam

NEW PRODUCTS!! From Piranha Knives

NEW PRODUCTS!! From Piranha Knives

NEW PRODUCTS!! From Piranha Knives


Hogue knives intro


New products!


Employee Product pick with -Terry


Employee product pick- Andrew

Tomorrow is Father's Day!Come down to the South Plains Mall, we here at Cutting Edge Gifts have so many things to pick f...

Tomorrow is Father's Day!

Come down to the South Plains Mall, we here at Cutting Edge Gifts have so many things to pick from for that perfect present for the Dad in your life.

We are also offering 1/2 price engraving for items you purchased elsewhere, and, if you spend $50 or more on a knife, you can get FREE Father's Day engraving.

Come see us down by the movie theaters.


Employee knife of the week with Ellen


New product!!

Just a reminder, our website is running, and we are adding new product to it daily.
Cutting Edge Blades

Just a reminder, our website is running, and we are adding new product to it daily.

Selection; As a brick & mortar retailer, we are authorized dealers for many brands, allowing us to stock many popular items at a great price!

We are excited to announce our new, 2nd location coming soon to Lubbock tx

We are excited to announce our new, 2nd location coming soon to Lubbock tx


New Product Spotlight With Terry


New Product Spotlight With Terry Trahan


Father’s Day special!

We at Cutting Edge Gifts would like to take a moment today to honor the heroes that gave their all to free Europe from t...

We at Cutting Edge Gifts would like to take a moment today to honor the heroes that gave their all to free Europe from tyranny.

77 years ago today, D-Day launched, the beginning of the end.

On this day in 1944, Allied troops land on the beaches of Normandy, France. Today is the anniversary of D-Day! That effort was massive. More than 5,000 ships and 13,000 aircraft would eventually participate in the invasion—and more than 160,000 Allied soldiers would disembark on French shores.

It was the largest amphibious invasion in history. It was also the beginning of the end for N**i Germany.

Dicey weather nearly put a stop to everything, but General Dwight D. Eisenhower plowed ahead. The landings had already been delayed once, and he didn’t want to delay again. The tides were changing soon after June 6. It would be weeks before favorable tides would return.

In other words, further delays were not an option.

Planning for the operation had been conducted with the utmost secrecy. Obviously, the Germans could not discover the plan. In fact, details of the landings were kept secret even from the soldiers who were expected to participate in them.

“We knew we was preparing for a landing,” one American soldier later described. “We didn’t know where, or the exact date, or anything until we was getting ready to load up, you know. I don’t know even whether our officers knew exactly everything.”

Nevertheless, Allied planners had a few scares. For one thing, they discovered that some of their code names were being used in the Daily Telegraph’s crossword puzzle. (Yikes!) Utah, Omaha, Gold, Juno, and Sword were code names for beaches in France, but they were also answers to the crossword puzzle during May 1944. Oddly, other code names such as “Mulberry” and “Overlord” popped up in the puzzle, too. Was the creator of the puzzle trying to send messages to Germany?

He was investigated, but cleared. The issue seems to have arisen because he was getting inspiration for his puzzles from boys attending school near a military base.

D-Day finally arrived. Allied forces undertook an extensive aerial and naval bombardment, and they inserted airborne troops into the area just after midnight. Finally, infantry and armored divisions began their beach landings at dawn.

The day was hard. Allied forces didn’t accomplish any of their short-term objectives: They’d meant to seize several beaches and link them. They’d also intended to seize control of several specified cities. None of that happened—at least not on the first day. Worse, thousands of soldiers were killed, wounded or missing in action.

On the other hand, Allied forces had accomplished something important: They’d seized a foothold on European shores. “The eyes of the world are upon you,” Eisenhower had written his men just before the landings began. “The hopes and prayers of liberty loving people everywhere march with you. . . . I have full confidence in your courage, devotion to duty and skill in battle. We will accept nothing less than full Victory!”

And, eventually, that’s exactly what they got. Victory in Europe Day was less than one year away.

P.S. I know many of you had relatives who fought at Normandy. I’d love to hear their stories in the comments, below. :)

If you enjoy these history posts, please see my note below. :)

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New Products from Tops and Benchmade


New Products


6002 Slide Road
Lubbock, TX

Opening Hours

Monday 10am - 9pm
Tuesday 10am - 9pm
Wednesday 10am - 9pm
Thursday 10am - 9pm
Friday 10am - 9pm
Saturday 10am - 9pm
Sunday 12pm - 6pm


(806) 796-0684



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