TOPS Knives’ Fieldcraft 3.5 Is A Compact Take On A Fabled Survival Blade

Jun 7, 2019

Category: Gear

One of the best survival blades from TOPS Knives developed by Brothers of Bushcraft is getting a smaller rendition, hitting the sweet spot for adventurers everywhere. The TOPS Knives Fieldcraft 3.5 is a smaller version of the original fixed blade, but it retains the quality and design of the original.

Everything you love about the Fieldcraft now comes in a compact version, making the perfect tool to use as a bushcraft or hunting knife. The outdoor cutter features a 3.75-inch 1095 blade with black traction coating and a TOPS’ modified Scandi grind, which is mated to a tan canvas Micarta handle. It comes with a Kydex sheath with a rotating spring steel clip or a leather sheath so you can keep the fixed blade close by at all times. You can also customize the Fieldcraft 3.5 with serrations, a capo finish, or rocky mountain tread linings for additional fees. Add the TOPS Knives Fieldcraft 3.5 to your backcountry loadout now, starting at $115.

Purchase: $115+

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