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Trending: Chris Reeve Large Sebenza 21 Insingo

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Trending: Chris Reeve Large Sebenza 21 Insingo

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There are functional pocket knives, and then there are those elevated in status among knife collectors and enthusiasts because of the level of quality and performance they offer. The Chris Reeve Large Sebenza 21 Insingo belongs squarely in that category. As expected from a knife of this caliber, its 3.625" blade is ground from premium CPM-S35VN steel, giving it superior toughness and edge retention. The stonewashed finish easily hides scratches and further enhances the blade’s wear resistance, while the sheepsfoot design and hollow grind make the Insingo a great everyday slicing and cutting tool. Its 4.71" titanium handles offer enough room for a comfortable grip, and natural Micarta inlays provide a unique and organic accent to an otherwise minimal design. A sturdy titanium framelock, simple thumbstud opening, and phosphor bronze washers provide a smooth action and solid lockup that make this line of knives famous to this day. Chris Reeve knifes like the Large Sebenza 21 Insingo, while no small investment, continue to trend in our gear charts—a testament to the fit, finish, and execution of each specimen. Check out this heirloom-quality EDC knife at the link below.

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