The Bestech Goblin packs quite a punch for a diminutive pocketknife. The stout folder features a 2.05” CPM S35VN sheepsfoot blade with a blade thickness of 0.13”. The finish on the blade is dual finish with stonewashed flats and satin finished grinds. There’s a generous finger choil and a thumb ramp with some well-done jimping. All this means it has a great grip in a variety of positions.

The handles on this framelock are anodized titanium. It has a contoured carbon fiber inlay. These two things combine to make an outstandingly interesting and good-looking knife. It has a titanium tip-up pocket clip and lanyard slot. It’s 3.66” closed and weighs 2.61 ounces.

Bestech Goblin Details

  • CPM S35VN, Satin Grinds and Stonewash Flats
  • 2.05” Sheepsfoot
  • 0.13” Blade Thickness
  • Manual Flipper
  • Framelock
  • Titanium Handles with Carbon Fiber Inlay
  • Tip-Up Pocket Clip
  • 2.61 Ounces
  • 3.66” Closed
  • 5.71” Overall

For a fabulously funky fun folder you can’t go wrong with the Bestech Goblin. To get this knife, click any link in the article or simply click the button below.

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