Back in early 2020, Terrain 365 unveiled its first-ever non-locking folder knife model with its Otter Sliptjoint. And after the success of the initial launch, the company has now delivered a revised version of the Otter that now packs a framelock.
Just like the slipjoint that it’s modeled after, the Otter Flip-AT sports a sleek yet understated industrial design that merges modern visual themes with that of more traditional pocket knives. Christened the Otter Flip-AT, this new locking model maintains the slipjoint’s 3.1oz weight, handle design, and 3” Terravantium Dendritic Cobalt blade. Completely impervious to rust and corrosion, the 0.115” thick modified spear point blade is deployed via a knurled flipper tab and is guided via a set of ceramic ball bearings and a ceramic ball detent. Available with G10 or 6AL-4V titanium scales, the Otter Flip-AT also boasts liners, hardware, and a pocket clip that are all crafted from 6AL-4V titanium, as well as brass races. The Terrain 365 Otter Flip-AT is available now, with pricing set at $311 for the G10 version and $329 for the titanium variant.
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