Collectable Limited Edition GenOX Bushcraft Knife Set by LT. Wright

The GenOX Bushcraft Knife 

$280

We've teamed up with legendary American handmade knife maker LT Wright to create a custom LogOX version their classic "Genesis" Scandi ground, Bushcraft knife. The GenOX is a rugged, hard working, and dependable knife, making it a perfect survival and utility tool for any woodsman.

Each Limited Edition GenOX Bushcraft Knife Set features:

        • Orange G10 liner, making the spine of the handle easier to see and slightly thicker than a standard Genesis knife.

        • Limited Edition LogOX laser etched logo and numbered 001-100.

        • Overall Length: 9" Sharpened Edge: 4.25"

        • Steel: 1/8" A2

        • Grind: High-polished Scandi ground to 0° then hard micro buffed edge

        • Handle: Black micarta 

        • Other Features: Thumb scallops, sharpened spine

        • Includes a 3/8 x 3in fire steel. A classic bushcraft tool for starting campfires.

        • A premium leather, made in America sheath that will be as comfortable to wear on your hip as is it in dangler form.

"The Genesis is the best bushcraft knife I have ever used, period."  –Larry Roberts "Alone: Season 2" on the History Channel

"Equip II Endure" field test of LT Wright Genesis Knife:

From LT Wright:

"This nine inch overall Scandi ground bush knife really likes to work. With features such as Micarta scales, a matte finish, and heavy duty hardware, it'll get the job done for you no matter what the circumstances. We take the time to do the little things: making sure the epoxy isn't just on the scales, but around every bit of the hardware, including the threads of the brass nut, to ensure a completely sealed scale set. The Scandi grind is a high polish on the whole surface to make sure there is no drag when cutting."

"This is a great finish to the 1/8" A2 tool steel we use, it really makes for a superior edge. More improvements are the thumb scallops on each side allowing more comfortable control doing close up work. And of course, a spine sharpened up like an ice skate so the edge is 90 degrees to allow the spine of the knife to work as hard as the edge. Whether you're getting a tinder bundle scraped off a branch or striking a ferro rod off there, that spine will allow you to save the blade for fine cutting tasks."


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