Mission Workshop The Unagi Knife

Sep 1, 2017

Category: Gear

As huge endorsers of pocket knives (and everyday carry in general), we get very excited when we see already well-respected brands dip their toes into the space. And that’s doubly true when they have the foresight to consult renowned experts and ensure that their endeavor is worthwhile. And – let us tell you – the Mission Workshop x Kingdom Armory Unagi knife is one of the best examples of that we’ve ever seen.

With a frame lock handle made from 6AL4V titanium and a blade of CPM154 stainless steel, this knife already has a solid base as an excellent EDC folder. But what makes it even more special is the expertise brought by Kingdom Army’s David M. Rydbom – the man who designed it. With a gorgeous and flowing form, this ocean-inspired knife features a tip up pocket clip, a 3-inch reverse-tanto blade, and each one is crafted right here in the USA. But, you’d better act quick if you want to get your hands on one, because only 200 examples of this limited-run $390 EDC blade will ever be made.

Purchase: $390

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