Gerber Knives Ripstop I Tanto Knife
The Gerber ® Ripstop I is an extremely lightweight with frame lock concepts that deliver bold strength and high functionality. The weight of the all stainless steel construction is made lighter by the handle and blade design. With the Gerber ® Ripstop I there is no bulk in the thin and streamlined handle.
- Dual thumb stud for easy one-hand opening
- Sturdy pocket clip
- Super lightweight, streamlined design
- Overall Length: 5.75"
- Blade Length: 2.3"
- Closed Length: 3.4"
- Weight: 2 oz.
- Opening Style: Clip Folding
Country of Origin: ChinaWeb ID: 4008994
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Good knife It's really light and fits perfectly in my hand due to the shape of the handle. At first, it is a little tough to open but it loosens up. July 26, 2014
Perfect I carry this knife with me from day to day. I use it to open bags and boxes. Some times I use it to cut rope. I love the size of the knife. It works great for small day to day jobs. August 14, 2012
Its a gerber I have come to not expect too much from Gerber. The knives are very innovative but the steel quality is definitely not there. The knife is good for light pocket carry but will require routine honing to keep sharp. July 16, 2012
So far, So good! I really like the design, slim and light weight. Unique blade lock. I love the blade shape. I use it to skin insulation off of wire at work. So far the best of the non razor blade folders that I have used. I would use one of those if someone would make one that would last longer that a month. This is a great substitute. Will buy another when I get back to Dick's. September 23, 2011
Awesome Knife This knife never had any problems for as long as I used. I had this knife for almost a year and somehow lost it.... Highly recomend it. February 15, 2011
ripstop flop Nice knife design, although lock is hard to get used to. Very light in the pocket, and edge is easy to get, but hard to keep. Knife is put together with toque screws, and over time the blade gets a wobble and I can't find a tool small enough to tighten that won't break. Thought Gerber was made in the USA until this. October 18, 2010
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