KnifeNews: Vosteed Corsair Lets Users Adjust its Handle Size

It looks like Vosteed Cutlery has entered that middle phase of its trajectory as a knife company; it started off slowly but surely, but now it has clearly picked up the pace in terms of releases. Hot on the heels of the Corgi, the company is giving us another “Cor-” knife, the Corsair, a hardworking knife with a handle that can be adjusted in size.

That adjustable handle is a pretty interesting element, and we’ll get to it below, but in terms of profile the Corsair is admirable in its simplicity. The drop point blade kicks open with a thumb stud and measures 3.25 inches in length: a solid shape and size for an every day carry worker, backed up by Nitro-V blade steel.

Vosteed has been releasing knives at a frenetic pace since they launched. As I have mentioned, I am friends with their founder Yue Dong, so I am personally pulling for them to succeed.

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Vosteed Corsair Lets Users Adjust its Handle Size