Check out my new #titanium #Higonokami traditional Japanese pocket knife. How about that "inverted #tanto", wickedly sharp triple-laminated carbon steel blade. Weighing in at only 36g what's not to like?
Higonokami blade necklace! Traditionally carried by Japanese boys in school to sharpen their pencils! They are made by folding steel in the way that katana are done! Looks awesome as an everyday carry item for self defense!
The kiridashi can be thought of as a stripped down pocket knife. Its a traditional Japanese design that is compact and rugged. Dashis have a variety of uses such as: carving, cutting cord, opening boxes, light prying, gardening, removing splinters, etc. Basically its the ultimate utility knife with style. Simple and highly functional. They measure roughly 4 from tip to tail. These kiridashis are recycled from old files, which are known to knife makers to contain some of the best steel in the…
Higonokami Japanese Pocket Knife Carry a living fossil. Higonokami’s Pocket Knife features a 3mm blade comprised of the ’3-layer specialty’ – hard carbon steel core surrounded by softer steel – all housed in a folded, sheet brass handle. Century old design for the modern man.- werd.com