Tops Knives F.O.R.K. IT

Sep 7, 2016

Category: Gear

Just because you look like an animal after a full week of camping doesn’t mean you have to eat like one. Sure, you might be tempted to eat your food with your hands after a day of hiking with an 80 pound pack on your back, but why do that when you can carry the F.O.R.K. It by Tops Knives.

Designed by Leo Espinoza and made from a tough 1095 carbon steel blade, it’s an ideal weight saving solution intended to be used by backpackers, military personnel, and preppers. This hardcore spork come with a Kydex sheath to cover the sharp blade, and a bottle opener for liberating beers from their containers. Add one of these to your kit to maintain your humanity while out in the field. Prices set at $80. [Purchase]

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