Preview: True Trueblade

posted on September 7, 2022

Robust despite its light weight, the minimalist Trueblade makes for a utilitarian option for everyday carry. Weighing just 3 ozs. and measuring 4.25"x1.25"x0.625" when closed, the Trueblade is a liner lock with a stainless-steel frame and anodized-aluminum scales. Its 2.75"-long clip-point blade—a portion of which is serrated—is made of 420 stainless steel that has been given a black-oxide finish to help guard against rust. The Trueblade also features a pocket clip for easy carry. Price: $25. Contact: True; (800) 255-6061;


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