In 2011 we introduced the first production of a li...

In 2011 we introduced the first production of a limited run of Kestrel Knifes (see attached link to the original blog post) because of the continued demand for this knife, we again partner with Nathan Creech of Kestrel Knives and recently introduced the newest, even lighter Kestrel TI Skelton EDC Knife.

The Kestrel TI Skeleton EDC, KUIU Edition, was designed with the mountain hunter in mind. From the choice of rust proof aerospace grade titanium to the ultralight skeletonized full handle, Kestrel and KUIU have come up with a knife that weighs a mere 14 grams. The Skeleton EDC excels at slicing and skinning, features a drop point design with a micro serrated tungsten carbide embedded convex edge that sharpens easily making it the perfect ultralight fixed blade hunting knife.

Kestrel TI Skeleton EDC Features

  •  14 grams
  •   4″ Handle
  •  6.5″ Long
  •   080″ Thick
  •  1″ Tall
  •   6AL-4V Titanium
  •  2.5″ Blade
  •   Tungsten Carbide Embedded Convex Edge

The Kestrel TI Skeleton EDC, KUIU Edition, comes with a standard ultralight velcro sheath and for an extra charge of $24.99 the custom Kydex sheath.

Price: $139.99

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  1. Smithhammer

    Sorry, but that’s not a ‘drop point’ knife, as the spine of the blade is perfectly in line with the tang for its entire length. A ‘drop point,’ as the name implies, has a point that ‘drops’ from the height of the spine.