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It might be a compact carry, but don’t let its small size fool you. A powerful, versatile fixed blade design, the Testy™ was made by designer Jeff Park to tackle outdoor chores, and everyday challenges. Featuring a drop point blade, this knife packs a big personality to go with it. Users beware, you might feel extra fiery after welding it.
- Easy To Sharpen: High carbon stainless steel blade takes an edge well
- Lightweight Utility: skeletonized handle cuts weight
- Exceptional Grip: chevron textured handle for grip
- Carry Options: versatile sheath for multiple carry options
|Blade Length||2.38" (60.45 mm)|
|Blade Thickness||0.12" (3.10 mm)|
|Overall Length||5.85" (148.49 mm)|
|Weight||1.10 oz. (31.18 g)|
|Style||Fixed Blade Knife w/Sheath|
|Sheath Weight||0.80 oz. (22.68g)|
Known for his world-class creations, knifemaker Jeff Park brings us a compact, everyday carry dubbed the Testy™. Compact in size, it’s an ultra-portable tool that promises to not take up too much room in your gear bag. And as a perfect camp companion, its mighty blade excels in the outdoors, while readily slashes through everyday tasks. When you’re ready to put it to work, just remove it from its durable thermoplastic sheath to glide the 2.38” stainless steel blade across your surface of choice. Even when stowed away, you can admire the knife’s lightweight handle decked out in a chevron pattern that pays homage to Ken Onion’s classic Homefront™ series. This fiery featherweight kicks chores to the curb.
One fateful day in 2005, he walked into Ken Onion’s shop in Kaneohe, Hawaii, and never left. Well, that’s not entirely true, but he’s certainly made an impact on the world-class knife maker and has learned a thing or two along the way. Jeff Park is a detail-oriented type of guy, and by that we mean he’s an absolute perfectionist, and it shows in his simple, yet flawless designs. He’s an artist in the most fundamental respect: form follows function, and his knives reflect a remarkable understanding of both.