Designed by Joel Davis, the Camillus Morph is a folding knife with an interesting feel and slightly unusual appearance. Davis tells us, “the offset blade really gets forearm strength into every cut.” It’s a mid-sized flipper that heads toward the beefier side of knives, but surprisingly, it practically disappears in the pocket thanks to its thinner handle construction. Overall, it’s a good knife you can pick up for a reasonable price.
This knife has a 3.5” AUS-8 clip point with a titanium coating. There’s a significant amount of jimping on the spine. The offset shape lets you cut further with more leverage and without banging your knuckles.
There’s a slip resistant, black G-10 front handle scale. The stainless steel back scale houses a framelock that’s also known as a bottom locking plate. Stainless steel also decreases the wear on your pockets during carry.
Camillus Morph Details
- AUS-8, Satin Finish
- 3.5” Clip Point
- G-10 Front Handle
- Stainless Steel Frame and Back Handle
- Reversible Tip-Up Pocketclip
- 4.5” Closed
- 8” Overall
For less than $45, the Camillus Morph is a good knife. If you’re interested in this knife, click any link in the article or simply click the button below.
All images courtesy of Smoky Mountain Knife Works – smkw.com.