Shinola x Benchmade Titanium 765 Pocket Knife

Nov 10, 2016

Category: Gear

There’s no denying the fact that two heads are better than one, so when Benchmade and Shinola first got together last year for their 485 Valet Pocket Knife collaboration, we were more than pleased with the result. Now, the two have joined forces once again releasing a titanium pocket knife. And once again, we’re giddy at the finished product.

Officially named the Shinola & Benchmade Titanium 765 Pocket Knife, this brilliant collaboration features a black diamond-like carbon coating (DLC) that provides each piece with notable hardness and scratch resistant properties. It features a 3.24” M390 steel blade, a titanium grip that makes the pocket knife extremely lightweight and durable, and orange anodized spacers for a sleek colorway. The Shinola Detroit logo also adorns the clip, their signature lightning bolt on the butt of the knife, along with the Benchmade brand on the blade itself. In addition, its bearing washers make for a seamless feel to the blade action and each knife also comes equipped with a pocket clip for easy access when needed. Available now for $400. [Purchase]

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