LionSteel is expanding its suite of modern traditionals with the Jack series. The pattern is available in three different configurations, each with an added functional element.
The basic format underlying the trio of Jack models is that of a (no surprise here) jackknife. Its clip point blade runs to 3.03 inches in length, so users will have plenty of real estate for the classical suite of EDC tasks: opening boxes, slicing up apples, whittling, carving your name in a tree, etc. The blade opens with the same French cut-style nail mark that LionSteel implemented on some of the Jack’s stablemates, like the bestMAN and Barlow models.
Another LionSteel trope is in play on the Jack, and that’s the blade steel: the Maniago maker chose M390 for this one, which gives the Jack very modern levels of edge retention and corrosion resistance alongside its classic design cues.
Looks like a reimagined Electrician’s Knife to me.
Advanced Knife Bro has a review.
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