At one point, micro knives were mostly associated with the sort of thing you’d impulse buy from a plastic jar at a gas station. But as the quality and variety of knives has continued to develop, this particular genre has become as sophisticated as any other, with popular, high quality releases coming out regularly. Elliot Williamson says that one such knife in particular inspired him to make the Micro Fortis. “Having purchased half a dozen Rike Hummingbirds since they hit the market, I had one of those facepalm moments: Why don’t I just make micro knives out of some of our greatest hits?”
The standard Fortis is the mid-size workhorse of the Ferrum Forge lineup. It has a 3.5-inch drop point blade, flipper action, and a titanium frame lock handle. This Micro Fortis is a clear descendant, with the same recognizable Fortis profile – just very much reduced in stature.
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