Sabtu, 09 April 2016

Get an Edge on Tough Cutting Tasks

An affordable combo edge flipper knife, super rugged gear, a whale of a bottle opener, and more…
Sometimes, two edges are better than one.

Kershaw Clash

Super quick knife lesson: most EDC blades you see come with a smooth, "plain" cutting edge. It makes for clean cuts and better control.

Another type of edge you might see on outdoors knives has added teeth, or "serrations." Those help with sinking into and ripping through tougher materials like rope, fabric, meat, or bread.

Today's gear of the day packs a bit of both, giving you some versatility in the kinds of cutting jobs you can tackle.

It's popped up in a few of our members' EDCs as an affordable, tried-and-true option for EDC. Check it out below and have a great weekend, folks.

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