The New SOG Aegis AT Is A Clean, Sleek Assisted Folder That’s Great For EDC Or More Intense Outdoor Use.
The new SOG Aegis AT is bright, colorful and fun. The knife immediately catches the eye with its bright indigo and acid design. The indigo GRN scales are textured for a better grip, and the electric yellow accents pop in a big way.
The features are solid starting with a Cryo D2 tool steel blade boasting a titanium nitride finish for added durability, and a powerful assisted opening mechanism. Just give the thumb stud a little nudge and the blade deploys in a flash. SOG’s new AT-XR lock, similar to Benchmade’s Axis and Kizer’s Clutch Lock, keeps everything secure.
The blade is 3.13 inches long and the whole piece weighs in at 4.4 ounces so it will feel robust in the hand. A large lanyard hole accepts a thong for easy carry.
The safety on the back of the Aegis AT, which is easy to see thanks to the red accent dot, easily locks the knife closed and acts as a thumb backstop when deployed to aid in using the knife. Overall, this is a fine folder, especially considering it comes in at under $100.
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