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BOMBASTIC™ BLACK WITH TRIPLE POINT™ SERRATIONS
Classic vintage styling. Textures and contrast from WWII. The Bombastic™ isn’t your average everyday carry folder, it’s a show-stopping classic piece with ahead-of-the-curve styling and capability.
- Flipper Opening
- Frame Lock Safety
- Spear Point Blade with One False Edge
|Blade Length||3.31" (84.10 mm)|
|Blade Edge||Triple Point Serrations™|
|Blade Thickness||0.12" (3.10 mm)|
|Overall Length||7.94" (201.63 mm)|
|Closed Length||4.51" (114.45 mm)|
|Weight||4.20 oz. (119.07g)|
|Handle||Handles - 2Cr13 SS; Inlays - Glass Reinforce Fiber Polyamide|
|Style||Folding Knife w/Frame Lock|
Classic vintage styling. Textures and contrast from WWII. The Bombastic™ Black with Triple Point™ Serrations isn’t your average everyday carry folder, it’s a show-stopping classic piece with ahead-of-the-curve styling and capability.
World-class designer Ken Onion has turned out countless award-winning designs in his Kaneohe, Hawaii shop, and we have no doubt that this will join the ranks. The sleek spear point blade features one false edge and a black oxide blade finish with a dual hilt. It’s been given an IKBS™ ball bearing pivot system for swift and smooth deployment and the blade guard at the top of the handle adds an additional layer of safety and style.
The real head turner is in the handle shape and design. Reminiscent of the old WWII bomber planes, it’s made with a stain-less steel bolster, and black glass reinforced nylon with a chevron-textured inlay. It’s designed to mimic old-school military equipment, and looks like it just walked straight out of a muse-um. A one-star over the pivot bearing: the final touch.
When classic military style meets a technically capable every-day carry design, you’ve got yourself one serious showpiece.
Ken is the real deal. The youngest ever inductee into the Blade Magazine Hall of Fame in 2008, Ken is recognized as one of the most innovative and successful knife designers of all time.
In 1996 he created the first commercially successful assisted opening mechanism, and 20 years later unveiled his award-winning Field Strip Technology. Now, this world-changing innovation sets a new standard with Field Strip Gen II technology, a reinvention that’s bound to live up to its name.