The lightest knives that Gerber makes, the EVO has multiple openings in the anodized aluminum handle. The fine edge blade is made of 7Cr17MoV steel to aid in corrosion resistance. The thumbstud and finger flipper allow for true one-handed opening and engagement. The pocket knife is perhaps one of the most useful things ever created by man. With over 70 years of making legendary knives under its belt, Gerber knows a little something about creating knives that perform when needed. The Gerber Tactical Evo Large Tanto takes the popular Evo series of knives and fine-tunes it for even heavier duty. The result is a knife that is as sturdy and lightweight as it is practical.
The Evo Large is designed to be carried with you 365 days a year. For that to be a reality, the knife has to blend all its ingredients just so. The Evo Large boasts the largest blade in the legendary Evo family. Itâs partially serrated for tearing through rope, cord or hide, and is made of surgical grade stainless steel coated with black titanium to cut down on reflectivity and add a layer of corrosion resistance.
Worth Its Weight
A knife that is up for any task but wonât weight down. The Evo Large weights a meager 3 oz. but donât let its light weight fool a heavy duty performer. Precision cutouts in the handle reduce excess weight while providing excellent grip and durability. It features a low-rise pocket clip to keep it close at hand when carried in pocket.
Open In a Flash
A pocketknife is of little use if you canât get the blade open quickly and easily. With the flip of an index finger, this knife can be opened in a flash. A low-profile liner lock makes for easy one-handed closing as well.
Thumb Studs and Flipper Mechanism
Tanto Blade, Partially Serrated
Black Titanium Nitride Coated Blade
Handle Material: AL 6061-T6
Blade Steel Type: 7CR17MOV
Locking Magnesium: Liner Lock
Overall Length: 8.25"
Closed Length: 4.63"
Blade Length: 3.5"
Weight: 3 oz.
Gerber Evo Large Tanto
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