StatGear Ausus EDC Knife

Aug 6, 2018

Category: Gear

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Setting out to design and build a knife that’s both sleek, solid, and affordable, StatGear was looking to create something of value for non-discriminatory EDC fans. So, after much research, trial and effort on their behalf, they’ve managed to land upon a fine luxury EDC knife without the luxury price tag attached to it.

Meet the Ausus EDC Knife, boasting an old-school rugged build complemented by a modern design. Here, we find a classic folder complete with a 3.5-inch D2 steel blade, 4.5-inch micarta handle, and a liner locking mechanism. Additionally, each durable EDC knife comes equipped with dual over-sized thumb studs & ball bearing deployment, a reversible tip-up carry pocket clip and a lanyard hole to help keep the Ausus sturdy while in your hand. Purposed for practical everyday use, the Ausus could very well be the next reliable pocket knife in your daily arsenal. Available now for pre-order on Kickstarter with shipping slated for early December.

Purchase: $35+

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