How many times have you seen tumbling stick figures on a knife? We’d guess it’s not very often. Enter the Fox T1/2 Red. It’s designed by legendry knifemaker Bob Terzuola. It’s whimsical, colorful, fun, and highly functional. You can pick this quirky photogenic folder up for about $65.
This linerlock has brushed aluminum handles with red anodized interior accents and tumbling red stick figures on both the presentation and pocket clip sides. It’s a manual folder with a single red thumb stud that is reversible. It has a generous lanyard hole for accessories and a tip-down pocket clip. This is a full-sized EDC that’s 4.13” closed, 7.28” overall, and weighs a pocket friendly 2.47 ounces.
The T1/2 Red has a 3.15” bead blasted recurve blade with a blade thickness of 0.12” hardened to a 57-59 HRC. Although recurved blades are somewhat controversial amongst the sharpening crowd, there’s no denying it does give you a longer slice. It also gives you a leading edge which puts a bit of power behind your cuts. Finally, there’s jimping along the thumb ramp to add security while cutting.
- 440C, Bead Blasted
- 3.15” Recurve
- 0.12” Blade Thickness
- 57-59 HRC
- Manual Folder
- Reversible Thumb Stud
- Aluminum Handles, Red Anodized Accents
- Tip-Down Pocket Clip
- Lanyard Hole
- 2.47 Ounces
- 4.13” Closed
- 7.28” Overall
- Made in Maniago, Italy
The Fox T1/2 Red is a colorful modern folder designed by Bob Terzuola. It makes a fantastically fun addition to any knife collection. You can pick one up for about $65. 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.