Zero Tolerance 0022 Folding Knife

Jan 24, 2019

Category: Gear

For many folks in the everyday carry community, there’s little-to-no wrong Zero Tolerance can do. In fact, they’ve got a pattern of making some of the best looking, highest-quality mass-produced cutting tools on the market. That trend continues with their micro folder, the ZT 0022.

Designed by Tim Galyean, this folder is actually the smallest knife that ZT has ever made, with a blade that’s merely 1.8″ and a length of just 4.75″ overall. Of course, the small stature should certainly not be taken as an indication of compromise, as the materials are more than up to snuff to meet the brand’s high standards. They include CPM 20CV steel for the blade, a frame lock handle made from a combination of carbon fiber and titanium, and a silky smooth KVT ball bearing system. Of course, the cherry on top is that the whole thing is made in the USA. Pricing is set at $250 and the 0022 will be available soon.

Purchase: $250

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