Prime D2 BT Red G10

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One of our most popular knives since the beginning of Kizlyar Supreme - Prime - has now received another great looking version adding to the beautiful Prime with carbon handle that we released a couple of months ago.

The new stylish and daring version features nice bright 3D G10 scales coupled with D2 steel that is famous by its high wear resistance.

Developed by Kizlyar Supreme's Australian designer Julius Conrad, Prime received a serious upgrade for the year 2015 - all elements were redesigned and its ergonomics improved.

It is an every-day-carry knife of a modern urban man, who definitely has style.

One would definitely want to show Prime off. Since beside its unusually attractive for an EDC knife looks, its made of great materials.

Spear-shaped blade of Prime has a very pointy, almost symmetrical, tip, that can pierce anything with ease, while the razor sharp blade made of D2 steel ensures long term cutting without needing constant resharpening.

Instead of thumbstuds for opening, a disc covered with jimping against slipping is installed, which makes the process of opening the knife with any hand even easier.

The handle is designed in such a way that even without a pronounced guard, the risk of fingers slipping onto the cutting edge is minimal. This is aided by underfinger relief on the handle as well as bolster that is increased in size in relation to the rest of the handle. Beside this, bolster improves overall strength of the knife's structure, which is important in heavy duty use.

As genuine urban EDC, Prime features a nice clip in a shape of an arrow, which is installed at the end of the handle so that when the knife is worn the traditional EDC way - on the inner side of the jeans pocket - only a very small part of the knife sticks out.

At the end of the handle there is a lanyard hole that a lot of users use for inserting a cord, preferrably with nice beads for decoration purposes as well as for easier pulling out of the pocket.

“Bravery is being the only one
who knows you’re afraid.”

– David Hackworth

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