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Grit Knives



Regular price $65.99 USD
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Meet "The Colter," a rugged, no-nonsense fixed blade that's as tough as the man it's named after – John Colter. This ain't your grandpa's pocket knife; it's a bona fide outdoor workhorse, designed for those who prefer their adventures served up raw and unfiltered.

Clocking in at a respectable 17.7 centimeters, The Colter ain't out to win any beauty contests. It's built for function, not fashion. With an 8-centimeter drop-point blade, crafted from D2 die steel, this bad boy's ready to take on whatever the wilderness throws your way.

The blade's been through the wringer with a stone-washing treatment, giving it a look that says, "I've been there, done that, and I'm ready for more." Trust me; it's a blade that looks as good on the campfire-prepped venison as it does in your hand.

The handle's a thing of beauty too, made from high-quality micarta. It's not just about the grip; it's about feeling connected to your tool, knowing it won't let you down when you need it most. With a hardness rating of 59-60HRC, you can bet this ain't no butter knife. It's built to last, just like the stories you'll create with it.

Toting The Colter won't weigh you down; it's a featherweight at 102 grams. Throw in the Kydex sheath, and you're still packing just over 200 grams – barely enough to notice when you're in the thick of it. And yeah, it comes with a belt clip. Because when you need your blade, you need it now, not buried at the bottom of your pack.

So, whether you're chasing game or just chasing that elusive feeling of being truly wild, let The Colter be your sidekick. It's not just a knife; it's a damn good story waiting to happen. Get out there and live it.

What's in the Box

Knife, Sheath with clip, Sticker, and 2 Lanyards


Blade Steel: #24 carbon steel

Handle Material: Ti-6Al-4v titanium alloy

Care Instructions

Don’t throw, pound, pry or chop with a knife. It’s not safe and if you damage the knife using it that way, it may void the warranty. Strong impact or twisting can also damage your knife or worse, cause an injury. If you have a locking blade, always check that the locking mechanism is in working order before you use it.

Store your knife in a dry place, out of the sheath. Lightly wipe the blade with clean oil two to three times a year to keep rust from starting. You may need to oil more often if you live near water.  Cleaning and caring for your knife will maintain performance and enhance the life your knife.

If you find the metal has a blue, grey or black color, it is a sign of oxidation and a precursor of rust.  Stainless steel does not discolor easily. If you do notice a change in the color of the metal, clean it immediately. It’s a sign of rust waiting to happen. 

 Discoloration is common to non-stainless steel. But regular cleaning will keep the metal from rusting.

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