The James Brand All Black County Knife

May 19, 2017

Category: Gear

Harkening back to the classic pocket knife of yesteryear, The James Brand’s County Knife was welcomed to the EDC world with open arms. Now the Portland-based crew is back with a new all black iteration of the beloved folder, and we think it’s safe to say they’ve hit another home run with the release.

This classic slip-joint style folding knife from the boasts the ideal combination of sophistication and classic functionality. The 2.5 inch long straight back anodized blade made from Sandvik steel folds into a 3.5 inch long handle made up of ebony wood and black 416 stainless steel hardware as seamlessly as the stained wood blends with the black hardware. Whether you are just looking to class up your everyday carry a little bit or just want a simple and trustworthy knife by your side – this is a solid knife worth picking up. Get yours for $150.

Purchase: $150

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