The Kizer Super Bad is, well, super good at a lot of things—like slicing, piercing, skinning, chopping, and more. That’s thanks to its chunky 4.75-inch drop-point blade made from VG-10: a high-carbon-content stainless steel manufactured in Japan. For control, the Super Bad has a sizeable choil for choking up and a blade guard to prevent your fingers from sliding forward into the edge. Designed by Mikkel Willumsen—a Danish knifemaker known for his “urban tactical” aesthetic—the Super Bad looks the part, too. The G-10 handle, available in two different colors, is contoured with ergonomic curves throughout, creating a rock-solid feel in the hand. To top it off, we’re throwing in a kydex sheath for carry.
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A custom knifemaker since 1998, Mikkel Willumsen is known for his “urban tactical” designs, combining aspects of classic knives with modern tactics. Based in Copenhagen, Denmark, he specializes in folders and fixed blades, but has also gained a solid reputation in his native city among top-tier chefs for his work in kitchen cutlery. Willumsen has a background in metalworking and woodworking, owing to his skill as a dedicated craftsman.
All orders will be shipped by Drop.
Estimated ship date is Mar 15, 2019 PT.
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