31-002856

Gerber Skyridge AO Assisted Open Knife

Gerber Skyridge AO Assisted Open Knife

Description

The Gerber Skyridge AO Assisted Open Knife features a generous, comfortable handle that is etched with a unique slanted-rain design that honors urban commuters and outdoor enthusiasts.

Features

  • Robust Fine Edge Blade
  • Modified Pocket Clip For Ease Of Use
  • Sleek Ergonomic Handle
List Price
$50.88
Your Price
$37.34
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Details

Bring utility along for the ride with the fast opening Skyridge.

First-Class Assited Open Mechanism
Dual thumbstuds provide easy access for you to open the Skyridge. Its silky-smooth action allows true one-handed blade engagement. Simply lever the thumb stud to open the blade quickly and positively. The reliable plunge lock keeps the blade fixed when open and makes for safe, easy closure without putting your fingers in the path of the folding blade.

Fine Edge Utility
An everyday carry knife must be adept at meeting daily demands. With the Skyridge's full fine edge blade, you'll have muscular, sharp function available at the flick of a thumb. The modified drop point blade gives you maximum utility with this knife, while its modified pocket clip ensures fluid storage and equally fluid from-the-pocket deployment.




Notable Specifications:

 

  • Overall Length: 7.9"
  • Blade Length: 3.3"
  • Weight: 4.8 oz.
  • Blade Style: Fine Edge
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Gerber Skyridge AO Assisted Open Knife 31-002856 Skyridge AO Assisted Open Knife
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