This Iconic Knife Gets A Simple, Yet Beautiful Upgrade

The Chris Reeve Sebenza 21 is back with a new collaboration.

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Since 1987 the Chris Reeve Sebenza has remained true to form. In 2008, the 21st edition launched and knife enthusiasts everywhere went crazy. The Sebenza exudes good design. Now, thanks to a collaboration with Prometheus Design Werx, there’s a new version of the Sebenza. It comes in both a small and large size option and features titanium slab handles. All this alongside a Crucible CPM S35VN deep hollow ground blade with a frame lock construction. It’s up to you if you’d like dual thumb studs. Made in Idaho, the knives will only be available in small drops from the Special Projects Division of the brand. You can expect high-quality performance from this special collab. Look for the updated knife on August 31 on sale at Prometheus Design Werx.

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