ARS Shanghai Shank

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posted on May 31, 2012
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Made of a single 5-inch piece of heat treated 440C stainless steel, the Shanghai Shank has a 2-inch blade that is ideal for utility work and skinning.

A green or black Cerakote finish and 5 feet of parachute cord wrapped around the handle make the knife discreet, sweat- and weather-resistant and tactile for use in all conditions. A low-profile Kydex sheath with paracord lanyard suspends the knife, handle-down, around the user’s neck. Price: $95.

Contact: ARS Knives; (205) 383-6224; www.lastditchblade.com.

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