The MKM Arvenis is an incredibly cool EDC-knife, designed by Lucas Burnley. This design has amazing flowing lines. Combine this with the stunning materials and you know you are dealing with a piece of art.
This version of the Arvenis has a handle made from stunningly milled G10, with anodized aluminium inlays. MKM chose Böhler M390 steel for this knife. This is a type of steel that retains its sharpness well and is incredibly wear-resistant. It is also very stainless. One of the most popular choices at the moment. You can quickly open the blade with the flipper. When opened the blade is locked by a linerlock.
The light texture on the G10 makes the Arvenis feel amazing in hand. But that is not all, it is also amazing to look at. The flowing lines of the handle make it incredibly ergonomic.
This version of the MKM Arvenis comes in a nylon storage case enhanced with zipper.
Where does MKM Knives come from?
MKM is a cooperation between Viper, LionSteel, Fox and Mercury. Four masters working in the Italian knife industry. It is no coincidence that they all come from the city: Maniago, northern Italy. The knife capital of the south of Europe. MKM stands for Maniago Knife Makers. This MKM Arvenis is made by Fox Cutlery.
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Benjamin Etienne, Hognoul
Tuesday 24 September 2019
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