The classic traditional Japanese folding knife made by Nagao Kanekoma is a handmade piece of history. They're lightweight, slim, low profile, and slip into any pocket with ease, making them perfect for EDC. A reverse tanto blade made of Japanese white steel with a hammered finish comes sharp and has good edge retention. The HIGOTQ06 model has a black stainless handle and is a friction folder.
Knife: Nagao Kanekoma Higonokami Hammered 3.9 Inch reverse tanto blade Black handle, Friction folder knife
Overall length: 22.3 cm or 8.8 inches
Closed length: 12.2 cm or 4.8 inches
Blade length: 10 cm or 3.9 inches
Blade thickness: 3 mm
Steel: Japanese White Steel or Shirogami
Knife handle: Black stainless steel
Type: Folding knife / Friction Folder knife
Mechanism: Friction Folder, no lock
Japanese knife brand: Nagao Higonokami
Made in Japan
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