Gerber Vital Big Game Folder

Jul 31, 2017

Category: Gear

When you’re out and about, it can be hard to decide which knife to bring with you, especially if you’re not entirely sure what kind of cutting tasks you’re going to be up against. But it’s also not convenient to carry around an entire collection in your pockets. Split the difference with Gerber’s new Vital Big Game Folder.

Made with the brand’s Split Sec Tech, swapping out blades on this knife takes just seconds and requires no tools. That way, you can switch between a straight edge for a serrated without skipping a beat. It measures up at 11″ overall and the blade attaches to a grippy overmold handle with a sturdy built-in lockback. And the sheath it comes with features dual pockets so you can store your knife and the interchangeable blades. Typically folders are not necessarily the best hunting knives, but this one looks to be a super utility blade in any case. It retails for $68.

Purchase: $68

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