Terrain 365 has always been about quality over quantity. So, while it isn’t often that the California company releases new models, when it does, it never fails to impress, and such is the case with Terrain 365’s latest edged tools, the STS-AT Ti and STS-AT G-10.
Sold with textured and grooved black G-10 scales or top-shelf titanium handles, the frame lock folder is roughly modeled after legendary knife maker, Bob Loveless’ Chute Knife, while taking a more pocketable, EDC-friendly form. Like the Chute, the STS-AT boasts a clip-point blade that lends itself to a wide variety of outdoor applications and everyday uses. Unique to the STS-AT — which is short for “Sea To Summit – All Terrains” — is a 3.5” (0.15” thick) rustproof, edge-retaining Terravantium Dendritic Cobalt blade that’s been outfitted with a laser-engraved Terrain 365 branding and dual thumb studs with Strontium Aluminate glow-in-the-dark inlays. Both the G-10 and Ti-scaled versions also feature titanium frame-locks and pivots, and ceramic ball detents and ceramic bearings in bronze racings. The Terrain 365 STS-AT G-10 and STS-AT Ti are both available now, with pricing starting at $379 for the former and $395 for the latter.