Tops I.C.E. Dagger

Jan 11, 2017

Category: Gear

Tops Knives knows how to kick of the new year right. Introducing their first release of 2017, the I.C.E. Dagger.

Designed by Andy Tran and intended for use by military and law enforcement professionals – this 7 inch long knife means nothing but business. Made from 1095 steel with a hardness rating clocking in at a 56-58, it can be deployed quickly from its Kydex sheath thanks to ring at the end of the Black G10 handle. Thanks to a symmetric handle design and a reduced micro hand guard, it is good for right or left handed use. For an additional charge, the sheath can be outfitted with Beta loops for attachment to a belt, or the knife can be simply worn around the neck using the included chain. However you carry it, however you use it – you can be sure it’ll get the job done. You can get your hands on one of these starting for $145. [Purchase]

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