Chris Reeve Impinda Slipjoint Knife

Jun 8, 2018

Category: Gear

It’s been two years since renowned knife-making brand Chris Reeve Knives has released a new design – and that’s too long, in our opinion. Thankfully, the drought is over with the introduction of their new Impindra – a gorgeous slipjoint perfect for everyday carry.

Even if you excuse the fact that this blade is one of the most beautifully minimalistic folding knives ever made, it still boasts a whopping number of impressive features. For starters, the sleek drop point blade is crafted from CPM S35VN, one of the best blade steels in the world. And the cutting edge is mated to an equally impressive titanium handle. Stonewashed and sharpened by hand, the whole thing measures up at 7.144″ total, weighs just 3.38 ounces, and is set at $450 a piece. This may be the most stunning heirloom knife ever made.

Purchase: $450

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