Gerber Ripstop I Knife

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Despite tough stainless steel construction and an open length of nearly six inches, the Gerber Ripstop I Serrated Edge Knife weighs a mere two ounces. By using a carved-out handle design, Gerber managed to shave this knife's weight and create a low-profile shape that won't feel like a rock in your pocket. The Ripstop I Knife includes dual thumb studs for easy one-handed operation and a straight edge by the tip for precision work that a serrated edge can't quite handle.

Pockets:

  • Sturdy pocket clip

Features:

  • Dual thumb stud for easy one-hand opening
  • Super lightweight, streamlined design
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The Gerber Ripstop I Knife is extremely durable with all stainless steel construction. It features a partially serrated blade for fast cutting, dual thumb studs for easy opening and a pocket clip for easy access storage.


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Gerber Ripstop I Knife's super-lightweight frame lock concept delivers bold strength. All-stainless steel construction with a unique handle and blade design with no bulk; dual thumb studs for easy opening. Blade length: 2.3''. Overall length: 5.75''.
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Blade Material:Stainless steel
Blade length:2.3" (5.84cm)
Handle Material:Stainless steel
Overall length:5.75" (14.60cm)
Weight:2 oz (56.69 g)

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Gerber Ripstop I Knife Reviews:

Reviews:

This is a small little knife that will fit in any pocket and will be there when you need it.
Pros: Looks great, Serrated, sharp, small, low price.
Cons: Comes in a package that you have to rip into to get the knife out.
- I have small hands and it is even a little difficult for me to open and close one handed.
- Can't open it very fast.
- The thumb stud catches on your pants when you put it in your pocket.
I would recommend this knife to anyone who is looking for a small, low priced knife to carry around who will use it only once in a while and not daily.

Jeff Guest at Backcountry.com on 02/19/2013

Good knife. Useful in the camps. But I can’t carry Gerber Ripstop I Serrated Edge Knife on climbing and hiking routs cause of lack of harnesses or backpacks attachment point. There is just a clip, which allows carrying it in a pocket. Good for backpacking and light weekend trips. For climbing and hiking I prefer Petzl and Leatherman knifes with carabiner attachment point.

Emin Mammadov at Backcountry.com on 01/19/2009

Gerber is well known for making great knives however this one is, in my opinion, extremely well made and the design is impeccable. Its very light, big enough to clean 18" trout and the EVERYTHING is stainless steel. In my experience many knives don't have stainless steel hinges and rust. - Bad news for fly fisherman.

Mike Hale at Backcountry.com on 08/22/2012

Tiny, Bit tough to open and close with one hand. But its a quality finish, great price and sharp. Happy to have it in my pocket, i hardly notice it at all which is great because now i keep it on me all the time.

Kyle Lyons at Backcountry.com on 05/01/2010

I agree that it's a little difficult to close with one hand, but it's not something that I'm too worried about. This guy is small, light, and convenient and with the serrated blade, it's everything I've needed.

April Pocorus at Backcountry.com on 04/19/2012

very happy with it for light hikes and in the truck for emergencies.
donated mine to local airport security guard, he seemed very happy with the early xmas gift.

Netman at Backcountry.com on 12/28/2009

A lightweight pocket knife for climbing and camping that does exactly what its supposed to do. What more can you ask for?

Patrick Mulligan at Backcountry.com on 03/22/2013

nice lilttle knife to carry out on hikes or throw in your bag. nothing special but comes in handy

vijay soprey at Backcountry.com on 03/06/2013

This is a great knife at an affordable price. The blade is sharp and the clip is quite handy.

Ryan Schmitt at Backcountry.com on 09/07/2011

Good quality knife. Lightweight, small, compact. The only drawback is that there is no safety on the unit.

Matt at Backcountry.com on 01/26/2012