For immediate release – from WOOX
WOOX is making a splash in the outdoors community with products developed in the USA and made in Italy. Adding to their growing line of products—and reputation—they recently announced the release of the Leggenda folding EDC knife.
The handle of the Leggenda come in two different finishes—walnut and walnut/carbon fiber—giving it a classy look. The 3.5-inch blade features a slight drop point that is almost imperceptible in photos, almost resembling a Puukko profile. The knife comes to a handy 8.25-inch overall length when open.
The D2 tool steel blade has a Rockwell hardness of 60-61 and features a Mil spec finish. D2 tool steel is known for its high wear and abrasion resistance and boasts good edge retention. The knife is brought to full lockup via a flipper and is secured using a liner lock. The IKBS pivot system ensures smooth, reliable operation every time.
The Leggenda is a little on the heavy side, at 6.14 ounces, so it will be noticeable in the pocket. Not to mention that with a closed length of 4.75 inches, it will have a fairly distinct footprint. Although the 3.5-inch blade is legal in some jurisdictions it may be a bit over in others. Make sure to check your local laws and ordinances. K&G
Blade Material: D2Blade: 3.5 inchesOverall: 8.25 inchesClosed: 4.75 inchesThick: .17 inchHandle: walnut or walnut and carbon fiberWeight: 6.14 ouncesMSRP: $249 and $349
The WOOX Leggenda Folding EDC Knife is available now with an MSRP of $249 and $349 depending on options. For more info, please visit WOOXStore.com.
Joshua Swanagon has studied survival in both urban and wilderness environments in Colorado and Michigan for most of his life, while also adding experience in harsher terrains abroad. He utilizes his experience and years of diverse martial arts and combatives training and real world application as a self-defense/combatives instructor, published freelance writer and Field Editor for various magazines in the fields of knives, survival, self-defense and tactical subject matters. Joshua also brings with him his years of experience as Editor of, and Subject Matter Expert for, Knives Illustrated Magazine.
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