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The Obake™ Skoshi everyday carry knife has the same uniquely etched blade, cord wrapped handle and cool factor as its larger cousin. Proof once again that looks can be deceiving.
- Cord-Wrapped Handle
- Individually Etched Ti-Nitride Blade
- Glass Reinforced Nylon Sheath w/Skull Bead
|Blade Length||2.41" (61.11 mm)|
|Blade Finish||Titanium Nitride|
|Blade Thickness||0.11" (2.74 mm)|
|Overall Length||5.38" (136.58 mm)|
|Weight||1.50 oz. (42.52 g)|
|Handle||Nylon Cord Wrap|
|Style||Fixed Blade Knife w/Sheath|
|Sheath Lanyard||Black Cord; metal skull bead|
|Sheath Weight||0.70 oz. (19.84g)|
Designed by Lucas Burnley of Albuquerque, NM, the Obake™ Skoshi is an artful combination of a classic knife style built with modern-day materials and techniques. It's another example of Burnley's belief that knives are a personal expression of independence. And this one makes a statement when you bring it out for action.
A throwback to a classic Japanese design, it features a full tang fixed blade with a unique gray titanium nitride finish that's acid-etched to give each knife a distinct look. It's like he made the blade exclusively for you to throw down when the need for utility comes up.
The handle has a Katana style nylon cord for an exceptional and secure all-weather grip. When storms or trouble are brewing, you'll be ready.
The sheath of the Obake™ is made from glass-reinforced nylon that provides consistent retention even in humid environments. A paracord lanyard on the sheath is designed to attach to your belt loop and keep the sheath in place when you deploy the knife. A skull bead adds a not-so-subtle accent to the paracord lanyard.
The Obake™ Skoshi isn't looking for work, but it's ready to show up looking like a boss when it's time to get the job done.
When you ask Lucas what drew him to the knife world as a teenager, he’ll tell you it was stories of survival, off-path adventures with his father, and a healthy dose of action movies.
Over the years, he has experimented with a broad range of styles to artfully combine classical examples with modern materials and techniques, such as with his Obake™ knife. Lucas believes knives are a personal expression of independence. We couldn’t agree more.