The Strafe tactical fixed blade is born of both an admiration for sleek Japanese design and a fascination with U.S. military combat technique. The angular, rakish blade mirrors a classic tanto shape, and the slight design makes this knife swift in motion, and an extremely lightweight to carry. The field is full of unsuspected variables; the Strafe is built to address every last one.
Lucas Burnley to Albuquerque, New Mexico built the Strafe to be the ultimate modern field knife with traditional, classic undertones. It's first and foremost a field utility knife, but it'll always be there to run sweep.
The lean angular blade is rooted in its Japanese tanto heritage and is finished with a sleek stonewash finish. When matched with diamond cross section grip and shadow boxed scales, it looks like a relic fit for a display case, but this powerful, capable beast doesn't belong in a cage. The tough polypropylene sheath features a j-hook accessory so it remains poised and at the ready at all times.
In a combat situation, every second counts. The sleek, swift Strafe eats milliseconds for breakfast.