The James Brand Folsom Knife

May 19, 2017

Category: Gear

Fresh out of the James Brand shop comes another handsome addition to their line of minimalist yet highly functional folding knives. It’s called The Folsom, and whether or not it takes its name from the famous California prison is unknown. What is certain however is that this interpretation of the well-known liner lock caught our attention almost immediately.

Each Folsom knife features both G10 scales and a steel liner lock. It also hosts a corrosion-resistant Carpenter CTS-BD1 stainless steel blade in addition to the grip-friendly handle. The Folsom is also friendly toward right and left-handed individuals thanks to its ambidextrous blade opening slot and reversible clip. And with a small stature – 6.75” overall length with a 2.81” drop point blade – the James Brand Folsom Knife might just become the newest and most favored addition to your everyday carry arsenal. They’re offered in three colorways and are available now for $99.

Purchase: $99

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