Tops Knives 3 Bros Knife Set

Nov 19, 2018

Category: Gear

Three sharp knives are better than one, especially if each blade is made with a distinct design to dominate all your everyday cutting tasks. Tops Knives just rolled out a group of utility knives dubbed 3 Bros, and each compact cutter has the strength of a fixed blade.

There are three compact knives in the set: Hunter’s Point, Tanto Point, and Sheep’s Foot. Each knife has a blade length of two inches and weighs approximately three ounces, making them an ideal everyday carry kit. The 3 Bros knife kit is made with resilient 1095 carbon steel with a tumble finish and black canvas Micarta handles fixed with steel hexagon bolts. All the knives are rated between 56 to 58 on the HRC scale, so you know they’re ready to get the job done. The three-knife kit comes with a Kydex thermoplastic sheath that you can fasten to your belt. We urge you not to hold all three of them between your fingers to feel like Wolverine.

Purchase: $160

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