Andrew Demko designed the Frenzy model after the ancient Japanese Kabutowari and Cold Steel Knives brought it to life. It has a slender, pointy blade with a thick spine and super straight cutting edge. Think of a long Wharncliffe-Sheepsfoot style with a needle-sharp piercing point tip. The Frenzy III is lean ‘n mean in dual-tone Gray and Black G10 paired with 5.5 inches of premium CTS-XHP steel.
Brand new design built by Cold Steel Knives.
Blade: A gorgeous line-grain satin polished finish highlights this piercing blade. It looks outstanding in any light. A deep gray fuller runs down the flats on both sides for a really nice accent. It comes shaving sharp with an upper swedge grind on the portion that runs down toward the tip. Opening and closing is a breeze with dual thumb studs working in cadence with the famous Tri-Ad locking mechanism for superior endurance.
Handle: Coming in at nearly seven inches and ultra-styling with its layered gray and black G10, there’s plenty to hold on to. It’s 3D machined for texture and grooves in all the right places creating some pretty killer ergonomics. It has the length to fit the largest of grips out there yet is slim enough not to take up too much room.
Carries via a reversible, tip-up, stainless steel pocket clip.
CPM S35VN: was designed to offer improved toughness over CPM S30V. It is also easier to machine and polish than CPM S30V and the adjusted chemistry makes CPM S35VN about 15-20% tougher than CPM S30V without any loss of wear resistance. CPM S35VN’s improved toughness gives it better resistance to edge chipping.
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