Gerber Vital Fixed Blade Knife

Gerber Vital Fixed Blade Knife


The Gerber Vital Fixed Blade Knife is a smart mash-up of a replaceable utility blade with a high-visual orange rubber handle with a grip that won't quit, this knife travels to the field and on the hunt with ease.


  • High-Visual Orange; Easier To Spot
  • Exchange-A-Blade
  • Easier And Safer Than Competition
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The core of the Vital series is the exacting, bright Vital Fixed Blade Knife, featuring one of the safest Exchange-A-Blade options on the market. 


Simple & Fast
The innovative marriage of Gerber's hunting savvy to our exchangeable razor blade history has given birth to the Vital Fixed Blade Knife. With a punishingly sharp blade that mimics a surgical knife, the ingenious tool cuts through the cape of your game like a hot blade through butter. The inclusion of its several replacement blades means you won't get caught in the middle of skinning or field dressing with a dull tool. This is a knife that works fast and smart, and when the blade is burned out it can be replaced easily on the fly. It requires no extra tools for its blade replacement, so it doesn't slow the action of field dressing, while offering super-safe operation as an exchangeable blade knife.

Stainless Steel Sturdy
With a bright orange high-visual Vital handle it's easy to spot this knife if you should drop it while out in the field. The Vital Fixed Blade Knife's large finger choil and larger width give it a solid, comfortable grip. Functioning beautifully in its simple role using utility blades that can be easily replaced as necessary, the Vital Fixed Blade Knife includes a #60 industry-standard attached razor blade and six #60 replaceable razor blades.


  • Rubber over-mold handles
  • Comfortable, safe & lightweight
  • Large safe finger choils
  • 6 replaceable blades, #60 razor blade is industry standard

Notable Specifications:


  • Overall length: 7.2"
  • Blade length: 2.8"
  • Weight: 1.6 oz.
  • Blade style: replaceable 420HC #60 razor
  • Handle material: rubber over-molded
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Gerber Vital Fixed Blade Knife 31-002735 Vital Fixed Blade Knife
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