Ever been on a backpacking trip and forgotten your eating utensils? Not anymore.
Leo Espinoza designed the F.O.R.K. It with several different uses in mind. Backpackers on a 20 mile plus trip aren't going to take much extra weight with them. Military personnel have to be extremely conscious of how much they're carrying. Prepared individuals with 72-hour kits in their car or Bug-out-bags in their homes constantly have to think about what to put in their pack. All of these scenarios benefit from having tools that can perform more than one task. Those people are what prompted the F.O.R.K. It to be made.
The 1095 high carbon blade is designed to complete most small chores easily from preparing food to cutting rope or preparing tinder for a fire. An important aspect of survival regardless of the situation is to have some creature comforts. Having a civilized utensil available when it comes time to eat, can make a bad situation seem a little more comfortable, and that can give a morale boost. The F.O.R.K. It also has a bottle opener that comes in handy when drinking a fancy brew or imported soda, which can make this a staple for weekend camping trips and backyard barbecues. The Kydex neck sheath is small and lightweight giving access to the bottle opener without removing the knife and providing a safe handle for the spork.
* Overall length: 16,5 cm
* Blade length: 6,7 cm
* Blade thickness: 3,3 mm
* Weight: 43 g / 71 g (w/ sheath)
* Blade material: 1095
* Handle material: Skeletonized
* Sheath: Kydex
* Design: Leo Espinoza