The Critter got some upgrades. Now in O1 tool steel and with a lanyard tube. I have nothing against the original 1095 version but this guy proved popular enough to warrant some bells and whistles. Anyway...
The Critter is a pocket knife with no moving parts. Small knives tend to fall into two categories: exactly what they should be or too small. This one is just right. It has a full four-finger grip (massive hands excluded) with scales that are slim enough to keep it small, but not so thin that you wonder why I even bothered.
Small enough for EDC but meant for the woods - it's ideal for hikers, as a companion to an axe or larger knife, and anyone that just likes having a discreet blade to mess around with in the woods.
Handle: Karelian Birch with Black G10 liners. Barrel shaped. Brass corby bolts.
Blade: 3/32" O1 tool steel with a hand rubbed finish on the flats.. Scandi Grind and a sharp 90° spine.
Blade Length: 2 7/8"
Overall Length: 7"
Sheath Sold Separately.