The USA-made Buck 135 Paklite has been around for a few minutes and now it’s available in colors for only $5 more at about $24! You have a choice of the highly visible Blade Orange Cerakote or the slightly stealthier Plum Brown Cerakote.
The 135 PakLite is a caping knife with a 2.5” modified sheepsfoot blade with a blade thickness of 0.09”. It has a long slicing edge with a slightly rounded tip. There’s jimping along the thumb ramp for slip resistance.
This knife is one-piece constructed and has jimping throughout the handle for a secure grip. It also has an elongated finger choil so you can safely choke up on this knife. There’s also plenty of room for a solid four-finger grip for those with medium sized hands.
It’s 6.75” overall and weigh 1.28 ounces. It comes with a nylon sheath with a belt loop attachment and the sheath weight increases the carry weight to only 2.3 ounces. All that means the PakLite lives up to its name.
- 420HC, Cerakote Finish
- 2.5” Sheepsfoot
- 0.09” Blade Thickness
- One-Piece Construction
- Nylon Sheath with Belt Loop Attachment
- 1.28 Ounces, Knife Only
- 2.32 Ounces, Knife with Sheath
- 6.75” Overall
- Made in the USA
The Buck 135 PakLite is a budget friendly, USA-made lightweight knife you can pick up for less than $25. If you’re interested in these knives, click any link in the article or simply click the button below.
All images courtesy of Smoky Mountain Knife Works – smkw.com.