Gerber Descent Gear Review

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The Gerber Descent has become one of my favorite travel and hiking knives, it’s small, lightweight and gets the job done. Two of my favorite features include the blade, which is pretty close to a Spay-Point Blade and the carabiner clip. The blade is a good short blade length, thick, sharp, very utilitarian and the serrations work well.

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The clip makes it easy to attach to almost any piece of gear and I often find myself clipping it in, forgetting about it, then when I need it it’s always at the ready. I am very impressed with the design of this knife as well, it has an open frame design with a frame lock and it is just nice to look at and easy to use. This knife has been on countless trips with me now and it’s still running strong.

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Gerber Descent 31-000374 Features:

-Open Length: 6.35″
-Blade Length: 2.60″
-Closed Length: 4.00″
-Weight: 2.7 oz.
-Handle Material: Stainless Steel & Anodized Aluminum
-Open frame design
-Low rise pocket clip
-Carabiner clip to hook onto belt loops, back packs and Nylon cords

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Rating: 7.5/10 (1 vote cast)

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About Zac

My name is Zac and some of my interests include technology, the web, social media, religion, books, the outdoors and running. I am an avid hiker, runner, mountain biker, gear junkie and outdoor adventurer. I love Southern California, the beaches or the mountains, the summer or the winter. I work for the Gordian Project which runs eCommerce websites, and and I am part of the Adventure Team. I also collect knives and enjoy testing out new adventure gear of all sorts.

Gerber Descent Gear Review, 7.5 out of 10 based on 1 rating
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