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A knife designed for doomsday.
The aggressive-looking Apoc™ is the result of one designer’s imaginary toolbox fashioned hastily into a knife. The result: a gritty folder built to take on the undead…or maybe just the tape on the next package that’s delivered.
- IKBS™ Ball Bearing Pivot System Deploys Blade Smooth and Fast
- G10 Handle Provides Exceptional Grip in All Weather Conditions
- Frame Lock Secures the Blade in the Open Position
|Blade Length||3.98" (101.04 mm)|
|Blade Thickness||0.14" (3.66 mm)|
|Overall Length||9.00" (228.60 mm)|
|Closed Length||5.10" (129.62 mm)|
|Weight||6.20 oz. (175.77g)|
|Style||Folding Knife w/Frame Lock|
A knife designed for doomsday. The aggressive-looking Apoc™ is the result of one designer’s imaginary toolbox fashioned hastily into a knife. The result: a gritty folder built to take on the undead…or maybe just the tape on the next package that’s delivered.
Eric Ochs let his imagination run wild in his Sherwood, Oregon shop. As the Apoc™ took form, he balanced the wild design with highly-functional details like IKBS™, the ball-bearing pivot system for supremely fast, smooth opening. As he revisited the imaginary post-apocalyptic world from which this knife came, he designed the ground edge of the blade and the pocked handle to fit the scene. The super grippy G10 handle and stonewash blade are all business. A sturdy frame lock keeps the open blade secure through zombie battles and mundane pre-apocalyptic tasks.
When the apocalypse hits, don’t head for the toolshed, grab hold of the Apoc™.
Eric Ochs grew up with the Oregon backwoods constantly knocking at his door. In a way, his fate was sealed when his father gifted him his first knife when he was just six years old. Since then, he’s hard pressed to remember a day without one in his pocket. This self-taught talent is still inspired to this day by the pursuit of adventure in the Pacific Northwest’s rugged terrain from the top of the North Cascades to the lazy, meandering rivers at their feet.