It’ll open fast and deliver its full potential in a hurry.
This everyday carry folder is a big punch in a compact package. No matter what tasks you throw it into, the patterned handle design ensures that you’ll have a confident grip, and feel like a badass WWII combat vet while you’re at it.
Designer Matthew Lerch of Sussex, Wisconsin got his start as a jeweler, and his attention to detail and unique design directly translates to his custom knife work. It looks like art, fits like a glove, and performs flawlessly.
The stout blade features a stonewash finish and is deployed from the handle with a smooth flip opening. The handle pattern, made with glass-reinforced nylon with G10 texture, was modeled after a pineapple frag grenade. Even in gritty conditions, it offers an extremely secure grip whether you’re performing fine detail work or long, slashing cuts.
It’s no grenade, but Matthew Lerch’s Pineapple is the one you’ll want if you’re looking to blow daily tasks to smithereens.
|Blade Length||2.625" (66.68 mm)|
|Blade Steel||1.4116 SS, HRC 56-58|
|Blade Thickness||0.125" (3.18 mm)|
|Closed Length||3.541" (89.94 mm)|
|Style||Folding Knife w/Locking Liner|
|Overall Length||6.188" (157.18 mm)|