$60.00 - Sold Out
Made in Japan, the Rentetsu Higo Folder is a striking piece of workmanship and an excellent pocket-sized implement. Modeled after the traditional Japanese Higonokami style friction folder, this fine knife showcases the classic reverse tanto blade profile and complete blade coverage. Made of Aogami steel, the blade's high carbon composition lends extra strength and wear resistance to your cut, making for a clean and effortless use.
The handle is made of Rentetsu, a high class iron with exceptional durability and a stunning visual aesthetic, its rudimentary form nostalgic of tools from a bygone era. Seated in your grasp, you'll find it well-balanced and pleasantly weighted, the overextended tang serving as a nifty thumb lever, lending extra stability and control while you operate. Stash this super tool somewhere nearby, and be the proud owner of a truly unique accessory.
Total length: 140 mm
Blade length: 60 mm
Weight: 59 g
Made in Japan
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