Ken Onion has become somewhat of a legend in the knife community for his functionally sound designs with a little bit of flair. His latest, the Gusset is true to his body of work. The handle section of this knife is where it really shines. Inspired by the truss of a dune buggy, it’s made from skeletonized stainless steel for strength without adding bulk—and the cutout holes offer a nice grip. The blade clocks in at a solid 3.6 inches. The drop-point shape is suitable for a wide range of tasks, while the 8Cr13MoV stainless steel is easy to sharpen and resistant to corrosion. Outfitted with IKBS, the Gusset flips like a dream, locking in place with the frame lock. It also comes with a tip-down clip and is available in two distinct styles depending on your taste.
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A former US Marine and avid knife collector since childhood, Ken Onion is known as one of the most innovative knife designers in the industry. The youngest member ever inducted into the Knifemakers Hall of Fame, Onion holds 36 patents and actually invented Kershaw’s acclaimed SpeedSafe opening system. A firm believer in American-made craftsmanship, Onion currently operates out of his workshop in Kaneohe, Hawaii.
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Estimated ship date is Oct 30, 2017 PT.
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