This robust blade is ready for any adventure. Designed with safety in mind, this folding knife has a safety and a secondary lock to keep it securely open or closed. The 7Cr17MoV steel blade handles a myriad of tasks with ease, a grippy handle ensures stability.
The Freescape Folding Sheath Knife isn’t just a great camping blade. It features a safety that allows the user to lock the knife closed when not in use, keeping little fingers from harm and also functioning as a secondary lock to keep the blade open for safe operation. This singular safety mechanism takes the Freescape Folding Sheath Knife from a well-functioning folder to a robust family-friendly blade ready for anything from at-home kitchen application to camping, day-camp picnicking, and hikes.
HARDY STEEL FOR ANY CIRCUMSTANCE
With a 3.5-inch blade constructed of high quality 7Cr17MoV steel, the Freescape Folding Sheath Knife is the go-to camp knife for family-centered activities. Its abbreviated partial serration allows for cutting rope and twine with ease, while still maximizing the fine edge to function nicely for food prep. Use the dual thumb studs for simple one-hand open. Both the safety and the lock-back function provide for easy application of this knife with gloves on or in cold conditions. It’s an all-season, all-weather knife that can do anything demanded of its owner when dilemmas crop up.
BRIGHT ACCENTS FOR QUICK VISUAL ID
Keep the super-grippy rubberized Freescape textured handle firmly in the hand no matter the conditions. With bright green accents along the black rubber surface, it draws just the right amount of attention to itself so as not to get lost in the shuffle of camp gear. A durable sheath keeps the knife safe and near at hand on a belt loop or in a gear bag, and a convenient lanyard hole offers additional insurance for safe transport.
I've wanted this knife since I saw it introduced a few years ago with the rest of the Freescape camp series gear. I loved the idea of the blade shape, the color scheme, the blade steel, even the sheath was appealing. I bought other Gerber products along the way, thinking that the Freescape series was such a great and innovative idea that it would be around for a while. Well, I just found out that you discontinued it! I found the knife online and purchased it right away since you won't be making any more. I hope you realize what a mistake this was and put it back on the market! The knife is everything I hoped it would be: sturdy, sharp, versatile, and, imo, better than the Bear Grylls Sheath knives. I hope you bring this back, so many people would love this knife! I'll be buying the Camp Kitchen set next. Please reconsider!
had this knife for about 6 months not used it alot, even tho this is a cooking knife i decided to use it as my main knife and i decided to do some light batoning and the lock snapped on me, great knife for the kitchen but not for wood.
its crazy how Gerber puts together amazingly well built and great quality products on such a reasonable and accesible price.
very sturdy and lightweight knife even though the blade is very thick and razor sharp out of the box!
Sheath is to hard to get in and out of and the knife is to small. it needs to be longer handle and I guess that would make a bigger blade
I have had this knife for 5 months and I use it every day. The knife shows no signs of damage and the blade is very sharp still.
7Cr17MoV steel - Chinese m same as (Comparable to) USA 440a - low cost but Highly corrosion resistant.
that's just the facts. my opinion is for the right price it's pretty cool. But I would buy USA for more and be happier.