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WESN Microblade Knife

WESN Microblade Knife
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WESN’s stubby little pocket knife weighs just 1oz. and measures just 3.75″ long when opened, but its D2 tool steel blade is still super useful for everyday tasks. It has Grade 5 titanium handle scales with optional G10 on one side. It has ceramic bearings, a frame lock, and a thumb flipper for quick and confident deployment.

WESN MT Multitool

WESN MT Multitool
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WESN’s lightweight pocket tool is about as minimal as you can get. Milled from titanium, its open-loop body can hang from a keychain or carabiner and provides four functions: flathead screwdriver, scraper, pry bar, and bottle opener. It’s available in natural titanium or black finishes.

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WESN Samla Knife

WESN Samla Knife
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This folding knife is ideal for outdoor meal prep. Its 2.45″ Sandvik 12c27 steel blade slices meats and veggies for your campsite cookouts with ease and holds closed with a friction fold mechanism. It’s also available with titanium handle scales, though we prefer the classic style of the rosewood.

WESN Henry Pocket Knife

WESN Henry Pocket Knife
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Inspired by the classic slip-joint style, WESN’s Henry is still a modern knife by all measures. It features lightweight Grade 5 titanium scales, Cherrywood inlays, and a short, but effective 2.35″ blade made from Sandvik 14C28N steel. It’s also available in a full-titanium version for $20 more.

WESN CB Carabiner

WESN CB Carabiner
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WESN’s minimalist carabiner clip is milled from a single piece of titanium for durability and a sleek look. It’s perfect for carrying keys, pocket flashlights, or other keychain accessories on your belt loop or on a backpack. It comes in a raw titanium or black finish.

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