Cold Steel's Ti-Lite Blades/Folding Knives evoke the sleek speed and rebellious lines of the classic 1950's switchblade. Often imitated, but never equaled, the Ti-Lite (designed by the late, great Phil Boguszewski) is a masterpiece of performance and style. The Ti-Lites are equipped with Cold Steel's stainless-steel leaf spring locks (proven, in their tests, to hold upwards of 145 lbs). For ease of carry, the Ti-Lites come equipped with a small, but unobtrusive steel pocket clip, and can be opened rapidly by using the thumb studs or by snagging a quillon on the edge of your pocket as you draw your knife out. Fans of the Ti-Lite series knives are sure to be enthused by the arrival of the Kris styled blades. The Kriss style blades are available with four-inch or six-inch plain edged blades, and a six-inch serrated version. The handles are made of Griv-Ex in flat dark earth color.