Origin Japanese Kiridashi Knife

Feb 6, 2018

Category: Gear

A traditional Japanese design, the Kiridashi is kind of like a hybrid pocket-utility knife. It’s small enough to carry around everywhere, but tough enough to stand up to some tremendous punishment. And that goes double for these handmade ones from OriginHG – as they are crafted from reclaimed industrial files.

Tool steel, as many knife enthusiasts can tell you, is one of the best in the world for its durability and ability to take and keep an edge. And since these knives are made from that very steel, you can trust that they are designed to last a lifetime or more. Featuring an asymmetrical grind, these little utility blades also come with a leather sheath and lanyard for safe storage and convenient carry. And, as they are made from old tools, they are all made to retain the character of their original form – making every one individual. You can pick one of these tiny workhorses up now for $115.

Purchase: $115

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