Senin, 11 Juli 2016

A Folding Knife Designed for SOCOM

A tactical EDC fit for special forces, tough gear made from exotic metals, a briefcase for your mobile office, and more…
This tactical blade's name means "The Silent Sword."

CRKT Otanashi noh Ken Knife

It might not be as easy to realize these days, but the pocket knife is an essential tool. And it's been that way for hundreds of years, for people of different cultures, all over the world.

You can see it in the differences between traditional knives people still carry today. Think Opinel (classic French), Swiss Army knives, wood and bone penknives in the US, the Higo no Kami from Japan, just to name a few.

Today's gear of the day is an interesting example of old meets new: it takes traditional Japanese sword design cues, tweaked for tactical applications made with modern materials.

It's good enough for SOCOM (that's the United States Special Operations Command), and it could be a good addition to your EDC.

Learn more about it below, and don't miss the best EDCs from the weekend.

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