The following is a press release from TOPS Knives
Welcome to the jungle. Joe Flowers designed the Brakimo (pronounced BRAH-key-moe) to be the official knife of Bushcraft Global, which takes adventurers into the Colombian jungle to learn survival skills from Joe alongside indigenous guides. The modified Scandi grind excels at woodcutting tasks and some harder use than a traditional Scandi can handle. It’s great as a backup to a machete or as a primary camp knife. The word Brakimo comes from the Matis tribe located in Brazil that was not contacted by the modern world until the 70s.
Pick one up at www.topsknives.com/brakimo or from an authorized TOPS dealer.
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- Overall Length: 10.0”
- Blade Length: 5.25”
- Cutting Edge: 5.25”
- Blade Thickness: 0.19”
- Blade Steel: 1095 RC 56-58
- Blade Finish: Tumble Finish
- Handle Material: Green Canvas Micarta
- Knife Weight: 9.4oz
- Weight w/ Sheath: 12oz
- Sheath Material: Black Kydex
- Sheath Clip: Rotating Injection Molded Nylon
- Designer: Joe Flowers
- MSRP: $200
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About TOPS Knives
In late 1998, TOPS Knives was founded with a mission to create the highest-quality knives around. Their Knives are tools, designed and built using the extensive knowledge and real life experiences of many Operators with backgrounds in Military, Law Enforcement, outdoor professions, and Martial Arts. Specifically, they have worked with designers with backgrounds ranging from Navy Seals to Airborne Rangers, from Martial Arts instructors to survival experts, and from SWAT Team Members to Native American weapons experts. TOPS has a designer from nearly every background that uses hard-core knives. Perhaps the best part, all TOPS fixed blades are manufactured and hand-finished at their facility in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, USA. For more information, visit https://www.topsknives.com.
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