Known for pushing the boundaries of knife design, Warren Thomas has made a name for himself in the EDC community crafting tactical folders using unconventional premium materials. Made from titanium laminated with G-10, this blade is no exception. Traditionally a Japanese utility blade used by children to sharpen pencils, the Kiridashi has recently come back into popularity thanks to its stealthy design for concealed carry. This is Warren Thomas’s take on the classic design.
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With a 1.5-inch carbidized blade—a process that creates hard micro-serrations on the edge to improve slicing—this distinct tool excels as a backup for utility work or self defense. The carbides offer a craggy appearance on the backside of the blade to complement the anodized indigo titanium surface. Measuring just 4.5 inches long and weighing less than an ounce, it’s easy to slip in a pocket or around the neck. Stash it in the included Kydex sheath on the go.
All orders will be shipped by Massdrop.
Estimated ship date is Nov 25, 2016 PT.
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