FOX Anso Flipper Folding Knives

Nov 3, 2016

Category: Gear

Since 1977 FOX Cutlery has made quality knives for fans of every style. And what was founded by Oreste Frati several decades ago has since blossomed into the Italian-made powerhouse it is today. However, soliciting a little help from your friends never hurt either, which is why Frati decided to reach out to Danish designer Jens Anso for this latest batch of rugged folding knives.

Known as the FOX Anso Flipper Folding Knife, each knife features a deep-bellied blade meant to provide a little extra strength when cutting all while protecting the knife’s piercing tip. Its blade also measures in at 3.5-inches, contributing to a knife’s total length of 8.1-inches and are available in three handle varieties: Palissandro Santos wood, titanium, and G-10 epoxy resin laminate while each 3.6mm thick blade is made from Bohler N690Co stainless steel. It’s yet another testament to the knife-making prowess of Anso and each one also comes with a pocket clip for easy access whenever you need them. Available now for $132. [Purchase]

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