Origami Pocket Knife

May 10, 2017

Category: Gear

Everyday carry pocket knives come in a vast number of different combinations of materials, but – with some exceptions (we’re looking at you, tactical karambits) – they all have the same general shape. The reason behind that is simple: it works. Still, we like to see a little creative variety and innovation from time to time, which we have found in Brooklyn-based Bre & Co’s Origami Pocket Knife.

With a blade crafted from 440C stainless steel (HRC rated at 45) and a handle built from a combination of 316L steel and oiled & sealed maple wood, this interesting USA-made knife was designed with ergonomics in mind – hence the thumb groove carved into the handle. Weighing in at 5.1 ounces, this unique folding knife features a 3-inch blade and an overall length (when opened) of 6.25 inches. So, if you don’t want to settle for just another folding knife, stick this uncommonly beautiful one in your pocket for $480.

Purchase: $480

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