Real Steel is returning to the Harrier knife for a smaller sequel. They have once again called upon its original designer, Carson Huang to create the Harrier Fledgling, a smaller iteration of the knife that first heralded a new branch of the RSK catalog in 2018.
Two years ago, when RSK released the Harrier, it was one of the first Real Steel products to target the premium production knife demographic. It gave users high-end powder metallurgy steel and luxurious handle materials in a package that, while designed for EDC, definitely came in on the larger side of that spectrum with a 3.54-inch blade length.
Real Steel is making some waves. The ranks of premium Chinese companies continues to grow. From what I am hearing, Chinese-made knives are still strong sellers despite peoples’ pledging to only buy American.
As one knife company President once told me, “Everyone says they plan to only buy American but the cash register receipts say otherwise”.View Linked Article