BATUM™
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BATUM™

Designed by Jesper Voxnaes in Loegstrup, Denmark
You’re not interested in the path of least resistance. Neither is this knife.

The Batum™ everyday carry folder is the knife equivalent of a 4x4. It’s the go-anywhere, do-anything burly backwoods go-to. The stout blade shape pairs with the ergonomic handle to make a companion that won’t back down to any camp task.
  • Thumb Slot Blade Deployment
  • Satin Finish
  • Black G10 with Stonewash Stainless Steel Handle
$59.99
Lifetime Warranty
 
Specifications
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Blade Length3.158" (80.21 mm)
Blade EdgePlain
Blade Steel8Cr13MoV, HRC 58-60
Blade FinishSatin
Blade Thickness0.187" (4.75 mm)
Closed Length4.772" (121.21 mm)
Weight6.9 oz
HandleG10; 2Cr13 SS
StyleFolding Knife w/Frame Lock
Overall Length5.938" (150.83 mm)
You’re not interested in the path of least resistance. Neither is this knife.

The Batum™ everyday carry folder is the knife equivalent of a 4x4. It’s the go-anywhere, do-anything burly backwoods go-to. The stout blade shape pairs with the ergonomic handle to make a companion that won’t back down to any camp task.

If there’s anyone that knows what to have on hand when Mother Nature rears her wild head, it’s Jesper Voxnaes. Jesper designed the Batum™ in his hometown of Loegstrup, Denmark and applied his signature clean-line, all-business style to it.

Its big-bellied modified drop point blade features a sleek satin finish and a low-profile thumb slot deployment mechanism. Once open, it’s secured in place with a frame lock for safety, and offers two secure grip positions. On one side, a black G10 handle ensures your grip won’t slip even in the grittiest situations, and on the other side, a modest stonewash stainless steel handle locks the deep-pocket carry clip in place.

It’s purpose-built for the desolate terrain near Batum, Denmark, and raring to combat anything that you could find anywhere else.
Jesper Voxnaes

Jesper Voxnaes

Loegstrup, Denmark 

When Jesper needs to test a design, he only has to step into his own backyard. The harsh elements and conditions of the fjords and forests in his native Denmark do the rest. When he was starting out, no one was making the kind of knives he wanted to design so he learned by trial and error. Apparently his efforts paid off given his IF Award in 2013 for one of the Top European Designs. Now he creates and uses knives like the Amicus® as he sails, camps, and drives off-road. Which is more often than not.

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