BEV-EDGE™ BLACK
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BEV-EDGE™ BLACK

Designed by Eric Ochs in Sherwood, OR
For excursions that end with a cold one. Leave it to a designer from Oregon to create an everyday carry folding knife with hardworking outdoor capabilities and a bottle opener. From the trail to the taproom, the compact Bev-Edge™ Black is built to come up big in a pinch.
  • High carbon stainless steel blade takes an edge well and is ideal for everyday carry
  • Bottle opener to crack your favorite bottle of brew
  • Frame Lock provides secure lock-up of the blade
$39.99
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Blade Length2.489" (63.22 mm)
Blade EdgePlain
Blade Steel8Cr13MoV, 58-60 HRC
Blade FinishStonewash Finish
Blade Thickness0.111" (2.82 mm)
Closed Length3.522" (89.46 mm)
Weight3.8 oz.
StyleFolding Knife w/Frame Lock
For excursions that end with a cold one. Leave it to a designer from Oregon to create an everyday carry folding knife with hardworking outdoor capabilities and a bottle opener. From the trail to the taproom, the compact Bev-Edge™ Black is built to come up big in a pinch.

Inspired by his wild backyard and the craft beverages that helped put it on the map, designer Eric Ochs built the Bev-Edge™ Black with a pierce-through-food-packets Tanto blade and built-in bottle opener for cracking open a fireside craft beer. Using the flipper, the black stonewashed blade deploys swiftly and smoothly with IKBS™ thanks to lubed ball bearings in the pivot. It’s also built with a thumb hole for a more deliberate, manual open. When deployed, the frame lock secures the blade in place. The stainless steel black stonewashed handle balances the look and resists wear.

Dig the Bev-Edge™ Black into a dusty backcountry adventure and wash it down with a craft brew.
Eric Ochs

Eric Ochs

Sherwood, OR 

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.

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