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CIVET™ DROP POINT
The Civet™ is a fixed blade everyday carry neck knife. But like the predator it’s named after, it won’t sit still for long. Flavio Ikoma of Presidente Prudente, Brazil, designed the Civet™. With several creative patents and innovations under his belt, he draws inspiration from things like sports cars, jet fighters, and stealthy animals. His latest blade features a new, innovative, Easy Clean,slide apart sheath is no exception.
- Drop Point Blade Style
- Compact, Utility, Neck Knife
- Easy Clean Take Apart Sheath
|Blade Length||2.41" (61.09 mm)|
|Blade Thickness||0.13" (3.18 mm)|
|Overall Length||5.00" (127.00 mm)|
|Weight||1.80 oz. (51.03g)|
|Handle||Full Tang w/Glass Reinforced Nylon|
|Style||Fixed Blade Knife w/Sheath|
|Sheath Lanyard||Bead chain|
|Sheath Material||Nylon with glass fiber|
|Sheath Weight||1.10 oz. (31.18g)|
Flavio Ikoma of Presidente Prudente, Brazil, designed the Civet™. With several creative patents and innovations under his belt, he draws inspiration from things like sports cars, jet fighters, and stealthy animals. His latest blade features a new, innovative, Easy Clean,slide apart sheath is no exception.
The 2.4” Drop Point-style blade goes back and forth between an all-purpose utility tool and stylish statement. On one hand it has the sophisticated lines that have made Ikoma famous. On the other hand, jimping on the spine of the blade provides you with enhanced cutting control. Add to that an ergonomically designed handle and the Civet™ is ready to be your sharp companion wherever you may venture.
What makes this blade truly revolutionary though is a sheath that can be taken apart allowing for easy and effective maintenance. Debris is gone. Which means rust and damage is easier to control. It’s all so you can keep going through any job that you put your mind, or this blade, to. completing.
If you want a blade that’s compact, portable, and packs great performance, the Civet™ is ready to pounce on the task at hand.
Presidente Prudente, Brazil
Some kids dream of being a ballplayer. Flavio wanted to be a knifemaker. In his adolescence, he worked on knives of the Japanese sword variety in his father’s shop. He has gone on to learn metallurgy, to work with Ken Onion, and to become a force for innovation. Not only has Flavio brought to market the revolutionary IKBS™ ball bearing pivot system (with Rick Lala), but he also showed the world that there’s impressive strength in simplicity with his game-changing Deadbolt® innovation.