Gerber Fastball Folding Knife

Apr 12, 2019

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With a history that dates back to the mid-1900s, Gerber has been making superb cutting tools for nearly half a century. And while their expertise is undeniable, they’re also smart enough to know they have to keep innovating to stay relevant. That’s why they’ve unveiled a new, premium EDC flipper blade they’re calling the Gerber Fastball.

Proudly crafted in the USA at their Portland, Oregon facility, the Fastball is overbuilt in all the best ways possible. That starts with a high-end S30V steel modified Wharncliffe blade and continues right on through its aerospace-grade aluminum handle. The sleek and handsome design is completed with a sturdy liner lock and a smooth-as-silk B.O.S.S. Tech mechanism that makes for a quick and satisfying deployment every time. One of the finest premium everyday carry knives we’ve ever had the pleasure to handle, the Fastball is available in one of three versions starting at $115.

Purchase: $115+

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