Vvego T-1 Boot Blade

Dec 7, 2015

Category: Gear

Whether you’re cutting open some stubborn plastic packaging or slicing into wild board flesh because that’s all you have to eat now since you’ve been living in the woods due to the cops hunting you down for a murder you were clearly framed for, a boot knife can really come in handy.

At 1-3/8″ x 1-3/8″ and weighing less than an ounce, the Vvego T-1 Boot Blade is tiny, but oh-so strong. It’s actually built from Inconel, the same alloy material used in the skin of the X-15 rocket & Saturn V booster. It’s oxidation-resistant, corrosion-resistant, and can take anything from a month in Antarctica to a week in space. It’s curved to fit your thumb when in use (for both righties and lefties), and it comes with a custom leather holster and coated aircraft cable lanyard. [Purchase]

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