Buck Knives 110 Slim Pro Folder

Sep 5, 2018

Category: Gear

Few everyday carry knives have such a long and storied history as the Buck Knives 110. And while there’s no denying this cutting tool’s legendary stature, it was also long overdue for some upgrades. Thankfully, that’s finally happening with the new 110 Slim Pro folder.

Featuring all of the 110’s signature design cues — like a clip point blade, back lock, and curved ergonomic handle scales — this one benefits from some major updates. For starters, the handle comes in your choice of a black G10, green Micarta, or brown Micarta. The handle material changes are also paired with a new high-end S30V steel blade. And the whole package is rounded out by a drop both in weight (now just 2.8 ounces) and thickness. Of course, its still made right here in the USA, as are all of Buck’s offerings. The MSRP is set at $110, but we imagine the price will be a bit lower once it hits the shelves.

Purchase: $110

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