Kizer tapped a new designer for an incoming model, an imposing folder called the Huntsman. This one comes from James Lowe, and is a big, brash design named after one of nature’s more terrifying arthropods.
Lately it seems like manufacturers have been taken with the idea of animal-inspired knives. We covered a slew of Rosecraft knives named after some of the world’s more impressive fauna and, from Kizer in particular, we talked about the Ti’an, a frame lock flipper that made history by being the first knife in the world inspired by the moose. Now we have the Huntsman, which takes its name, and something of its profile, from the intimidating huntsman spider.
Unlike the spider, there is nothing creepy about this one.