The Newest Edition to Benchmade’s Osborne Line, The Mini, Takes Cues From Norse Mythology And Even The Sea.
The Benchmade Osborne is one of the most popular lines of pocketknives out there today. The new Mini is Benchmade at its best. The design takes inspiration from Norse mythology and the Baltic Sea.
The blade is made from a new pattern of Damasteel called Ægir™ with a 58-60 HRC, and the reverse tanto is 2.92 inches long. The beefy fat carbon Arctic Storm handle features blue accents that are inspired by the waters of the Baltic and gold-plated floating back spacers to give the knife a real mean look to it.
The entire piece comes in at just 2.24 total ounces and is a visually-stunning entry to round out Benchmade’s 940 Osborne family of knives. This one is certainly pricey, and it’s worth it if you’re looking for a true one-of-a-kind EDC.
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