Can an attractive, low-profile knife be built around Field Strip technology? You betcha. The latest from knifemaker Ken Onion, the Slacker combines the innovative take-apart-anywhere technology with a form factor that won’t bear a burden in the pocket. More than 10 years in the making, Field Strip lets you to disassemble your knife in seconds for cleaning: simply flip the switch on the handle and spin the backspacer wheel until everything comes loose. Of course, why clean a knife if it’s not made from good materials in the first place? That’s why the Slacker is made with a 1.4116 stainless steel blade and a lightweight aluminum handle. Rounding out the Slacker is a pocket clip for tip-up carry on the right side.
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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 Feb 18, 2019 PT.
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