First Look: Bow Spider Outdoor Edge RazorLite EDC 3.5 Knife

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posted on June 10, 2022
Outdoor Edge Razorlite Knife

Recreational Archery Development, maker of the Bow Spider bow-retrieval system, is offering a Limited Edition Outdoor Edge RazorLite EDC 3.5 Knife. With blades that change quickly, safely and easily at the push of a button, the Limited Edition knife comes with the Bow Spider name and logo engraved on the black-oxide-coated blade holder.

The blade holder on the knife provides strength and security, supporting the razor-sharp blades to make it as strong as a standard knife with the sharpness of a scalpel. The 3.5 inch Japanese 420J2 stainless razor-blades are heat-treated and hand-finished to be shaving sharp. With rubberized TPR inserts, the 3.5 RazorLite EDC’s double-molded Grivory handle provides a non-slip grip, even when wet. A double-sided thumb stud provides for one-hand opening, and the replaceable stainless steel pocket clip contours with the handle, making it an integral part of the grip.

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The Bow Spider Limited Edition Outdoor Edge RazorLite EDC 3.5 is the perfect daily-carry knife. It comes with five replacement blades and is available in blaze orange at bowspider.com. MSRP: $39.95

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