ESEE is bringing out a fixed blade version of their popular Zancudo folding knife. Dubbed the Xancudo, the fixed blade leads the way for other additions to the ESEE lineup.
The Xancudo runs to a similar blade length as its folding counterpart: 3 inches compared to the folder’s 2.94. The utility-driven Zancudo blade shape – a drop point with a wide profile and both straight and curved portions – remains more or less unchanged on the Xancudo, but the blade steel has been improved considerably. ESEE chose S35VN steel in lieu of the simpler 1095 seen on the rest of its fixed blade lineup; the power metallurgy stainless will be available on an existing popular model as well as the Xancudo.
That “existing model” is the ESEE 3, now available in S35VN as well.View Linked Article