Gerber E-Z Out JR

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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The combination of size, shape and easy one hand opening make the E-Z Out a favorite amongst sportsmen, tradesmen and outdoor enthusiasts. Features 400 series stainless steel fine edge blade with lock back and removable pocket clip. The handle on the E-Z Out is made of reinforced fiberglass with over molded SoftGrip(R) inserts to create a comfortable sure grip. Length closed: 4.6" Length blade: 3.5". Weight: 2.5 oz. Limited lifetime warranty.

- Mountains Plus

Has a multifunctional, detachable pocket clip and lightweight, tough, textured handle. Can be opened easily with one hand. Blade is made from heat-treated high carbon stainless steel. Standard 3 1/2" length.

- Vargo Outdoors

As the name suggests, the E-Z Out JR Serrated Edge Knife very easy to open and use. All it takes is one hand to smoothly deploy the stalwart stainless steel blade. Of particular value to dedicated knife users is the hell-or-high water rugged glass-filled nylon handle, complete with supple gripping agility of the Softgrip inserts. The combination is a pleasure to hold in your hand. And a pretty slick solution for any task that requires a knife with backbone.Textured handle with SoftGrip.One-hand opening.Sturdy pocket clip.Blade Material: High Carbon Stainless.Handle Material: Glass-filled nylon with Softgrip Inserts.Blade Style: Clip Point.Blade Type: Serrated.Overall Length: 5.48 in.Length Closed: 3.22 in.Length of Blade: 2.38 in.Weight: 1.4 oz.

- Campmor

Gerber E-Z Out JR


The Gerber E-Z Out JR is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 18, 2014 at Mountains Plus.

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