For this stealthy updated version of our surf knife we have taken inspiration from our textile heritage and new CWS range. The Mikarta handle is a tough fusion of cotton and melamine, and the updated blackened steel blades will stay sharper for longer.
Making a pocket knife is an art, and like all art it takes time to perfect; Joseph Rodgers and Sons have been building knives in Sheffield, England, for over 300 years. Together we took into consideration cold hands when designing our knife, the accentuated ‘easy pull’ loop makes the blade more accessible in tough conditions, and the shape is comfortable in any hand. Use it. Take good care of it. Hand it down.
Each knife comes with Finisterre fin key in a reusable tin.
Not for sale to persons under the age of 18. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age or over. This item must be used responsibly and appropriately.
- 55mm / 2 1/4" folding knife (UK legal carry)
- Mikarta handle - 57% cotton / 43% melamine (certified UNE-EN 1186-1 food safe), laser etched logo
- Main blade: Clip point multi-purpose, blackened stainless steel (black oxide hardening process)
- Second Tool: 'easy pull' loop, small blade, flathead screwdriver, bottle & tin opener, blackened stainless steel (black oxide hardening process)
- Fin key: hardened steel 3/32 hex key, laser etched logo, Mikarta fob - 57% cotton / 43% melamine (certified UNE-EN 1186-1 food safe)
- Comes in reusable aluminium tin with certificate of originality
- Made in Sheffield, England.
Knife - Keep blade sharp, clean and dry | Lightly oil working parts, using a good quality mineral oil |Keep out of the reach of children | Always cut away from you | Do not run with an opened knife | Do not throw the knife or attempt to catch a dropped knife | Do not use as a lever, pry bar, hammer, chisel or wedge | Always work safely with tools and wear approved eye protection | Never use near live electrical circuits. | Do not store carbon steel knives in a sheath for prolonged periods | For ‘turn key’ use, support blade between forefinger and thumb and turn slowly | Clean thoroughly after exposure to marine conditions.
Fin Key - Apply knife usage tips to fin key where appropriate | Do not over exert turning pressure for fear of tool damage | For a difficult grub screw, wash away any salt with warm water before using tool | If problem persists resort to a tool with bigger leverage.