Terrain365 & PDX Pair Up On An Ultra-Tough Titanium EDC Knife

Sep 16, 2019

Category: Gear

A year or two ago, Terrain365 emerged — quickly rising the ranks amongst handheld gear brands for their exceptional bladed tools. Now, they’ve teamed up with the like-minded folks at Prometheus Design Werx on a spectacular collaboration — the special edition Invictus-AT folding knife.

Based on the PDX Invictus from several years ago, this new version capitalizes on everything that was great about the original everyday carry blade and makes it even better. This is managed through the inclusion of Terrain365’s proprietary Terravantium blade steel — known for its extreme resistances, edge retention, and overall durability — as well as all-titanium handles and hardware, and a ceramic ball-bearing pivot for silky-smooth deployment. Perfect for EDC, the outdoors, and even underwater operations, this knife can be yours for $395.

Purchase: $395

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