Skinny Aluminium - Black / Stone Washed blade
SK01A BS

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2024 Imported Knife of the Year
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198.00

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Features of Skinny knife by lionSTEEL

Skinny is the new EDC folding knife launched in 2024 and it is manufactured with the SOLID® technology: the frame comes out milling a single solid piece of titanium or aluminum, so the handle is an integral strong element of the knife. Titanium handles are enriched with carbon fiber inlays, while the aluminum ones with Micarta inlays in different variations.

Skinny is very light and strong and it fits the pocket very easily. It features a CPM MagnaCut steel blade, stonewash or OldBlack finished.

The lock bar is reinforced with a hardened steel insert, the opening and closing movements feature the IKBS ball bearing system.

The blade is equipped with the REF (Removable flipper) system, so if you don’t want the flipper you can unscrew the tab using the T6 torx tool and put the second screw you find in the box that perfectly fits the hole in bottom of the blade.

Designed by Molletta, Skinny is provided with a steel clip which can be set on both sides of the frame using the “U-Tool” included in the box.

Skinny Aluminium by lionSTEEL, technical specifications

Total length: 200 mm. - 7.87 in.
Blade length: 84 mm. - 3.31 in.
Total weight: 73 gr. - 2.58 oz.
Blade steel: CPM MagnaCut
Blade grind: V flat
Locking system: Frame lock
Handle material: Aluminium
Handle colour: Black
Packaging: Cardboard box
Use: Everyday carry (EDC)

Skinny Aluminium

Molletta - Michele Pensato

Michele Pensato - aka "molletta", his nickname in Italian – is a very active designer with years of experience. His previous life as an excursion lover and a passion for archaeology had him spending most of his experiences in the great outdoors, where he soon got to understand how a great knife should really be and what it should be capable of achieving. He led the Nexus production group and the group that was created at the MCKF Forum. A keen student of the steel industry, he stands out for his new approach to the use of materials and experimentation in thermal treatment applications.
An advanced user of design software such as Catià, Solidworks, Inventor, he applies FEA to design and aims to create yet more solid and innovative products.

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