These unique damascus knives are made by forging and folding steel recovered from the Tirpitz, a German WWII battleship sunk off the coast of Norway by Allied bombers. There are four limited-edition knives in the series, the Barlow Prime Tirpitz-Damascus, the Tirpitz-Damascus, the Tirpitz-Damascus Wood, and the Tirpitz-Damascus Gold.
Designed by Chad Los Banos for Boker Plus, this stubby pocket knife is small enough to go anywhere. It features a 1-7/8″ straight VG-10 steel blade, titanium scales with bead-blasted edges, a titanium clip. An ambidextrous thumb stud makes for quick and easy opening.
This useful multitool features a sturdy 440C steel blade that works as a serrated knife, chisel, lever, belt cutter, scraping tool, and more. Its G-10 handle scales provide good grip, and it comes with a matching leather sheath. Measures 6.25″ long overall, with a 1.25″ blade length.