ESEE Knives kicked off 2020 with S35VN steel, a new knife model and 3D scales, in Micarta and G-10.
With new steel for the legendary ESEE-3 and the new Xancudo fixed blade – not to mention revamping of their existing line-up – ESEE Knives really came out of the gates swinging, but I didn’t expect anything less from them.
Check it out.
The blade coating that ESEE uses on their carbon steel models does a really good job of protecting the blade from corrosion. Not that I mind stainless, but I don’t think it is completely necessary on most ESEE models.
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