Custom maker Jakub Wieczorkiewicz has conjured up a new slipjoint for his frequent production partner Real Steel Knives. It’s called the Solis, and as follow-up to his Luna and Stella designs, Wieczorkiewicz gave the Solis a fresh blade shape while bringing in visual elements from his recent custom work.
We all remember the Luna, right? Originally released in 2019, it marked the first time RSK tried their hand at manufacturing a slipjoint, but there was nothing traditional about it. The Luna was a non-locking knife in the modern style, with a titanium handle and N690Co stainless steel. These well-regarded materials and the cool but sensible design made the Luna a fan favorite EDC in the RSK lineup, and one that the company expanded upon thereafter with numerous variants and a second slipjoint followup in the form of the Stella.
Classy looking. I dig it. Modern slipjoints are cool.
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