SOG Snarl Fixed Blade Neck Knife 2.3" Sheepsfoot 9Cr19MoV Stainless Steel Blade Skeleton Handle

  • Product #: 679856
  • SOG #: JB01K-CP
  • UPC #: 729857996754
SOG Snarl Fixed Blade Neck Knife 2.3" Sheepsfoot 9Cr19MoV Stainless Steel Blade Skeleto...
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MSRP: $43.95
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Product Overview

The SOG Snarl Fixed Blade Knife is a collaboration between SOG Knives and knife maker Jason Brous. The SOG Snarl is a heavy-duty neck knife that is ideal for everyday carry. The sheepsfoot blade design provides a straight cutting edge that cuts cleanly. The unique handle design allows users to slip two fingers through holes in the skeletonized handle. The result is a blade that you won't drop-a real plus in self-defense situations or when working on and around the water. The small overall size makes the Snarl comfortable to carry all day, even at .25" thick the skeletonized design and short overall length make for a knife so light you will probably forget you are carrying it. The molded polymer sheath is extremely versatile, allowing for reversible belt carry or around your neck. The SOG Snarl is lightweight, heavy-duty, and razor sharp.

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