- Reversible pocketclip
- SpeedSafe assisted opening
- Protective stonewashed finish
Designed by Les George, the Westin’s long, lean lines make it a good-looking carry, while its does-it-all drop-point blade makes it convenient for most any cutting task.
Inspired by the character Michael Westin on the USA Network’s Burn Notice, the Westin is a larger knife and features a 3.5-inch blade. And while that blade has a symmetrical profile, it has an asymmetrical blade grind. The top grind slims the blade, looks Michael Westin-chill, and emphasizes the point. It also makes a lot of blade very easy to carry. 8Cr13MoV steel ensures this blade takes and holds its edge. The stonewashed blade finish looks good and helps hide use scratches.
The Westin features SpeedSafe assisted opening for simple, smooth, one-handed opening. To enhance its streamlined look, the Westin doesn’t have a thumb stud; just pull back on the flipper and it’s ready to go to work. An oversized decorative pivot just adds to this EDC’s sleek good looks.
The handle is contoured to fit the hand for a secure grip. A textured glass-filled nylon front handle scale enhances grip even more. The steel back, with stonewashed finish, features a secure frame lock to ensure safe blade lock up during use. The Westin’s pocketclip is left/right reversible for convenient pocket carry, too.
Folding or Fixed Blade: Folding
Blade Steel: 8Cr13MoV
Handle Material: Glass Filled Nylon
Blade Shape: Drop
Pocket Clip: Yes
Carry Options: Reversible tip-up
Locking Mechanism: Frame lock
Blade Finish: Stonewash
Rockwell Hardness: Not provided by manufacturer
Opening Method: SpeedSafe open, flipper
Blade length: 3.5"
Blade Thickness: Not provided by manufacturer
Closed Length: 4.3"
Overall Length: 7.8"
Weight: 3.7 oz