This new Gerber EVO Serrated Folding Knife introduces a clip folder for knife people who prefer the look of a straight spine; the profile reveals a "seamless" design that begins at the back of the blade and continues along the length of the upper edge of the handle. In fact, the Gerber EVO actually has a little bit of the dagger in it. Another aesthetic design touch is the series of seven slanting oval openings in the folding knife's anodized aluminum handle. They serve to make these knives both organic and aggressive. Functionally, the oval openings further reduce the overall weight of these knives to near nothingness. The blades on this Gerber Knife are constructed of 440 stainless steel that is coated with titanium nitride for added corrosion resistance. There's a thumb stud for easy one-handed opening. And, there's an integral finger guard for an extra measure of safety. So what's the bottom line of the Gerber EVO folding knife? You'd do well to own such a highly evolved knife.
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