DescriptionThe TiSpine is an E.D.C. (Every Day Carry) folding knife, manufactured with SOLID® knife technology. It is an ideal companion for the most dissimilar usages due to its lightness and limited dimensions.
The TiSpine Damascus is equipped with a Chad Nichols damascus steel blade which is available in the Rain Drop, Lizard and Fate patterns, and it is provided with frame lock blade locking system. The 4D machined handle is made from a unique piece of 6AI4V titanium. Its shiny version is combined with the Lizard pattern, while its matte version is combined with the Rain Drop and Fate patterns.
Designed by RYP, the TiSpine has a handle enriched with curvy lines which allow a very firm grip and it is provided with a stainless steel clip.
The TiSpine is supplied in an elegant plexiglass tube that permits to admire the seamlessly worked titanium.
TS1 Damascus by lionSTEEL, technical specifications
mm. - 7.68 in.
Blade length: 85 mm. - 3.35 in.
Blade thickness: 3.5 mm. - 0.14 in.
Total weight: 100 gr. - 3.53 oz.
Blade steel: Chad Nichols stainless damascus
Damascus pattern: Lizard
Locking system: Frame lock
Frame: Titanium 6AI4V
Handle colour: Shiny grey
Packaging: Plexiglass tubular box
RYP - Robert Young Pelton
Robert Young Pelton is an author, journalist and documentary filmmaker. An iconoclast known for his entry into most of the world's conflicts over the last fifteen years, Pelton is known as an adventurer and a witness to conflict. His reputation is built on his interest and ability to enter forbidden, deadly and violent places and emerge with a stunning story. Pelton founded DPx Gear, Inc. in 2011 to create gear based on his needs for equipment in hostile and deadly environments.
Robert Young Pelton and Gianni Pauletta were returning from the IWA trade show in Nuremberg, Germany and Pelton asked Gianni why no one has created the world’s simplest and most durable gentleman’s knife. Pelton wanted to create the lightest and most elegant knife ever made. Pelton began sketching his concept while driving through the mountains. When they arrived back in Maniago, Italy, LionSteel crew began overcoming the formidable barriers to creating a thin tough folder from a single block of aviation grade titanium alloy. LionSTEEL Ti Spine was born from this pure demand for perfection.