SOG Cash Card Pocket Knife

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

If you’re in the market for a minimalist pocket knives that will also serve double duty as a wallet, SOG has you covered with their Cash Card Knife.

Weighing in at just 2 ounces, and measuring in at 3.45 inches when closed, this thing is extremely portable. But don’t let the small size fool you – it certainly pulls its weight, earning a spot in your EDC rotation. The capable knife measures 2.75 inches, features a 8Cr13MoV clip-point blade, and can be opened with one hand. It’s also equipped with a metal liner lock to keep the blade in place while performing everyday cutting tasks. And as the name would suggest, there’s also a built-in pocket clip that doubles as a money clip. The SOG Cash Card retails for $33. [Purchase]

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