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Trending: Fox Knives Vox Suru

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Trending: Fox Knives Vox Suru

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The Fox Knives Vox Suru stands out as a premium choice for a compact pocket knife, featuring designer Jesper Voxnaes’s distinct aesthetics, a robust build made for actual knife work, and great ergonomics. While the specs seem to be for a small knife with a 2.32" blade tucked into a 3.51" handle, it flips open into a usable form factor thanks to the dual finger choil design. Opened up, the Bohler N690 blade comes in a practical drop point shape that features excellent edge retention and superior corrosion resistance. Flick it out using the flipper tab, or slow roll it using the thumb cutout to be more discreet. Retraction is easy and reliable thanks to a steel lockbar insert reinforcing the framelock mechanism built into the beefy aluminum handles. The pronounced cutout on the handle mirrors the finger choil on the blade to give you a good grip, while milled holes keep the weight down to 3.0 ounces. A simple yet elegant wire clip facilitates pocket carry, and a lanyard hole in the backspacer allows you to add some cordage or your favorite bead. The Fox Knives Vox Suru lets you bring along a useful premium steel blade in a compact carry package that doesn’t sacrifice ergonomics. Check it out at the link below.

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