The Kizer Zipslip is a slipjoint pocket knife, designed by Michael Vagnino. Because it is a slipjoint, this pocket knife doesn't have a true locking mechanism, but rather a slight resistance that prevents the knife from immediately closing. This means you can legally carry this pocket knife in many places in Europe. You can open it with one hand with the practical thumb hole. You'll notice straight away that the slipjoint has a practical half-stop. This means that when closing the knife you have enough time to make sure your fingers are nowhere near the razor-sharp blade.
The blade is made from CPM S35VN steel. This is a stainless American steel with excellent sharpness retention. The handle is made from titanium. The beautiful milled lines in the handle give you extra grip. With its cool looks and high-end materials, the Zipslip is a modern incarnation of the classic slipjoint.
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