HEA Designs Wingman Knife

Nov 29, 2017

Category: Gear

You’d think that with something as seemingly simple as a folding EDC knife, people would be running out of new and interesting ways to design one. But, with one look at the HEA Designs Wingman, you can tell that assumption is way off.

Right out of the future, this striking knife features a unique angular design we wouldn’t be surprised to see in the hands of, say, Rick Deckard from Blade Runner. And the stellar design is only complemented by the excellent materials and care that went into it – including a 6-grind blade of S35VN steel and a 3D milled wrapped titanium handle. It even has a buttery smooth deployment system, a sturdy integrated frame lock, and comes in a number of different anodized finishes. If you’re looking for a blade that’s equal parts space ship and utility machine, this is it. They’re up for pre-order now for $329.

Purchase: $329

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