Victorinox Updates Its SAK Hunter Pro With 125-Layer Damast Steel & Alox

Apr 28, 2020

Category: Gear

Victorinox’s Swiss Army’s refined EDC and multi-purpose tools have always been staples of any survivalist’s loadout, thanks to their versatile dependability and time-tested reputation. And while it’s true that you should never fix what isn’t broken, the company has decided to outfit its lauded Hunter Pro Alox knife with both premium materials for 2020.

The limited-edition Victorinox Swiss Army Hunter Pro Alox Damast knife was created as an embodiment of style and purpose. Calling upon an all-new specially-crafted metal dubbed Damast steel, the company’s talented designers have opted to craft each blade out of a 125-layer pyramidal steel pattern, and pair it with a set of copper brown Alox scales. The lockable 5.1-inch EDC essential clocks in at just under six ounces, making it an attractive proposition for survivalists or common collectors who are looking for a discreet but capable knife that they can utilize in a handful of different situations. Only 6,000 sequentially-numbered examples are slated for release. Head to Victorinox’s website to pick up one of your own for $400.

Purchase: $400

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