SAT101-CP

SOG FlashBack Folding Knives

SOG FlashBack Folding Knives

Description

The SOG Flashback knives is the fastest assisted opening blade available and includes locking safety.

Features

  • Fits comfortably in your hand
  • Low-carry pocket clip
  • Low profile AUS-8 stainless steel
List Price
$70.00
Your Price
$59.95
In Stock

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Not often are we able to bring you what we feel is so new, so functional, and so outside the box that it is a game changer! Enter: BladeLight. It's patent pending technology employs 6 LEDs molded into the GRN handle on either side of the knife blade, providing shadowless light when cutting or flashlight capability (while sheathed or closed). Of course the knives can still be used without turning on the LEDs. Powered by standard alkaline batteries, state of the art push button switches/circuitry and an IPX-7 rating for water resistance to full immersion it's easy to see the BladeLight is no amateur. When night is upon you, no longer will you be juggling a light in one hand and knife in the other. The clip point blade folds into a sleek molded GRN handle with liner lock. Twin AAA batteries provide 34-37 Lumens of bright white light.

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SOG FlashBack Folding Knives SAT101-CP FlashBack folding knife mini drop, polished satin
$59.95
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SOG FlashBack Folding Knives SAT102-CP FlashBack folding knife mini drop point, black TiNi
$64.95
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SOG FlashBack Folding Knives SAT001-CP FlashBack folding knife drop point, polished satin
$74.95
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SOG FlashBack Folding Knives SAT003-CP FlashBack folding knife tanto, polished satin
$79.95
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SOG FlashBack Folding Knives SAT004-CP FlashBack folding knife tanto, hardcased black TiNi
$84.95
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SOG FlashBack Folding Knives SAT002-CP FlashBack folding knife drop point, hardcased black TiNi
$84.95
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