UP & AT 'EM™
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UP & AT 'EM™

Designed by Matthew Lerch in Sussex, Wisconsin
Death to the snooze button. Together, strong coffee, a big project, and the Up & At ‘Em™ everyday carry folding knife form the backbone of a productive day. With a sleek aesthetic and a highly ergonomic build, getting it done is far easier and just a little more fun.
  • High carbon stainless steel blade takes an edge well and is ideal for everyday carry
  • Flipper opening for fast blade deployment
  • Frame Lock provides secure lock-up of the blade
$49.99
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Blade Length3.622" (92.0 mm)
Blade EdgePlain
Blade Steel8Cr13MoV, 58-60 HRC
Blade Finish2 Tones - Satin & Brush Finishes
Blade Thickness0.121" (3.07 mm)
Closed Length4.719" (119.86 mm)
Weight4.2 oz.
HandleStainless Steel
StyleFolding Knife w/Frame Lock
Death to the snooze button. Together, strong coffee, a big project, and the Up & At ‘Em™ everyday carry folding knife form the backbone of a productive day. With a sleek aesthetic and a highly ergonomic build, getting it done is far easier and just a little more fun.

Designer Matthew Lerch is known for his top-shelf talent when it comes to marrying incredibly good looks with the ergonomics that help a knife perform in any condition. The Up & At ‘Em™ is simply further proof. With a hardworking, two-tone clip point blade, it’s got an impressively long slice when digging into foam blocks, slashing through cardboard, or whatever else your day throws in the way. The blade is deployed from its two-tone stainless steel handle with a prominent flipper. Once open, it’s set surely into place with a strong frame lock to protect your fingers when you’re elbows deep. Classy details on the pivot and the butt end of the handle polish the look.

Who says hard working can’t also be incredibly good looking?
Matthew Lerch

Matthew Lerch

Sussex, Wisconsin 

What happens when you cross art and mechanics? You get something that looks like Matthew Lerch. Trained initially as a jeweler/watchmaker, he progressed into manufacturing and tool making. Now he has a few patents under his belt for innovations, like the Fire Safe®, and has been honored with some prestigious awards including the Buster Warenski award. Matt views knives as functional art, as evidenced in his Moxie™ and Blade Show award-winning Endorser™ design.

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