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When it comes to luxury sports cars, it takes two critical components to separate wheat from chaff: speed and efficiency. The Fast Lane™ everyday carry folding knife sets a new standard for both. With pedal-to-the-floor blade deployment speeds and a sleek, aerodynamic look, it’s poised to shift your productivity into high gear.
- Outburst® spring assisted opening deploys the blade smooth and fast
- Black stonewash finish improves corrosion resistance, reduces glare, and masks wear
- G10 handles provide exceptional grip in all weather conditions
|Blade Length||3.476" (88.29 mm)|
|Blade Finish||Black Stonewash|
|Blade Thickness||0.116" (2.95 mm)|
|Closed Length||4.449" (113.0 mm)|
|Style||Folding Knife w/Locking Liner|
|Overall Length||7.938" (201.63 mm)|
Designer Matthew Lerch is known for releasing highly artful and supremely hardworking knives from his Sussex, Wisconsin shop. The Fast Lane™ is no exception with its high all-black aesthetic and extreme attention to detail. A classic drop point blade is finished with a black stonewash and outfitted in a durable G10 handle for exceptional grip. Use the low-profile ambidextrous thumb stud to open the blade 30 degrees and OutBurst® takes over, quickly deploying it at hot-rod speeds. Once open, it stays securely in place with a locking liner.
Fly off the starting line with the Fast Lane™.
How OutBurst® Assisted Opening Works
Simply manually open the blade up to 30 degrees and the patented OutBurst® assisted opening mechanism springs the knife fully open so that you’re good to go. The powerful spring also holds the blade securely closed when not in use.
What happens when you cross art and mechanics? You get something that looks like Matthew Lerch. Trained initially as a jeweler/watchmaker, he progressed into manufacturing and tool making. Now he has a few patents under his belt for innovations, like the Fire Safe®, and has been honored with some prestigious awards including the Buster Warenski award. Matt views knives as functional art, as evidenced in his Moxie™ and Blade Show award-winning Endorser™ design.