Fox Knives is entering uncharted territory with the Jesper Voxnaes-designed Suru. This is the first frame lock we know of in which the frame is made entirely of carbon fiber, with a steel insert on the lock to provide a solid experience.
The knife can be opened with either a flipper or a small blade cutout. A ball-bearing pivot ensures smooth and consistent action, making the Suru a joy to open.
Small but mighty, the handles are designed to accommodate a variety of grips, bringing the 2.32 inch clip point blade to bear. The finger guard provided by the flipper provides protection for your fingers, but for even closer work a generous choil in front of the flipper/guard allows you to choke up for more precision. The handle length can even be lengthened by adding a lanyard or custom bead with the included lanyard hole, providing extra style and grip for your pinky finger.
Böhler M390 steel backs up the good looks of the Suru with serious performance, providing some of the best edge retention available in a folding knife.
Completing the package is bronze-colored titanium hardware, including a milled pocket clip in a tip-up, right side carry configuration. Stylish and functional, a blacked zirconium ball bearing rests in the clip to look great and ease extraction from your pocket.