Compact and indestructible, this knife was designed to be the survival tool that stays close at hand. A durable rubber handle is ergonomically shaped for better grip; the handy partially serrated blade is housed in a plastic sheath that can clip anywhere.
Surviving the unexpected is about being prepared, and the Bear Grylls Compact Fixed Blade exceeds the standard. Few people know more about survival than Bear Grylls, ex-British Special Forces officer, experienced mountaineer and respected survival trainer. Taking advantage of Gerber’s decades of experience and Bear Grylls’ adventure knowledge, the agile Compact Fixed Blade gives you the ability to engage with your surroundings in perpetual survival mode.
FINE EDGE RESILIENCE
The hardy Compact Fixed Blade knife possesses a durable handle with rubber overmold and a prominent finger choil that offers solid application. The ergonomically shaped handled offers you a better, more comfortable grip in all types of weather. With a fine edge blade that resolves in a defined clip point, this solid full tang blade will work for you to cut, slice, and gouge, enabling survival in even the most difficult environment.
SHEATH WITH VERSATILE CARRY OPTIONS
Finger jimping on the top of the blade and a grippy rubber handle means the Compact Fixed Blade won’t slip, no matter how rough the conditions. The lanyard hole gives you extra flexibility in carrying options. It includes a lightweight plastic sheath that clips to a belt or backpack. The clip is removable and adjustable for both tip-up and tip-down carry. The Priorities of Survival Pocket Guide is included with this knife, furthering its usefulness and potential life-saving utility.
if your firend loves wods suvrivaling and exploring and he wonts knife wich is safe but sharp this is best chose
awsome realy good
All around fantastic very unique and the handle oh praise the lord the handle is amazing
Simply well thought out. All function. Dependable.
Is is razor sharp. The blade is really unique, and it just feels really good in the hand! Nice job by Gerber! :)