Bastion Carbon Fiber Folding Knife

Nov 2, 2016

Category: Gear

When it comes to seeking out a durable folding knife, odds are a carbon fiber construction will be hard to beat. At least that’s the idea behind this Bastion Carbon Fiber Folding Knife. It’s as unique as it is visually pleasing, boasting an all-black appearance and smooth design.

As for the knife itself, the Bastion features a pure 3.5-inch 3K carbon fiber blade that, when extended, contributes to the knife’s overall length of 7.5-inches. It also hosts a tip-down clip and lanyard hole for convenient carry and the handle itself is also made out of 3K carbon fiber. Obviously, with such a construction, the entire piece weighs in at an incredibly light 2.5 ounces and is corrosion resistant so worrying about long-term use is not a problem. And with a belt clip residing on the back end of the piece, it’ll no doubt add some blacked out flair to your gentleman’s EDC arsenal. Available now for $80. [Purchase]

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