"Where's the micarta?" "I wish it came with micarta." "Does it come in stainless?" "I'd totally get one if it was not D2."
We've heard your cries, amigos. And we have responded! Introducing the Lander, now with Sandvik 14c28n stainless steel, and contoured green canvas micarta scales! Woot Woot!!! Trust us, we're just as excited as you are for this. Who doesn't love micarta? It's soft, contoured, and ever-changing in appearance, and not so slippery when wet. Sorry Bon Jovi... the only thing that could make this Lander any better was an upgraded stainless steel blade. It might sound like alphabet soup, but Sandvik 14c28n steel is nothing to scoff at. Think of it as stainless D2 with greater corrosion resistance, easier sharpening, solid edge retention, AND it still has decent toughness when compared to D2.
This Lander is still a pocket knife of possibility with Fast Swap Scales. They're easy to remove without disassembling the entire knife. Simply unscrew four screws, and you're freeee! If you're unfamiliar with pocket knife disassembly, typically removing the scales can be an ordeal: the entire knife falls apart in your hands, and you've got to retune everything to align all the parts. Not hard, but not fast or convenient either.
|Blade Length:||2.75" (70 mm)|
|Overall Length:||6.4" (162 mm)|
|Closed Length:||3.6" (92 mm)|
|Blade Thickness:||.1" (2.6 mm)|
|Handle Thickness:||.4" (10.2 mm)|
|Weight:||2.4 oz (68 g)|
|Blade Steel:||Sandvik 14c28n (HRC: 57-60)|
|Blade Shape:||Drop point|
|Lock Type:||Liner Lock|
|Pocket Clip:||Deep carry, recessed, reversible, tip up|
|Thumbstud:||Ambidextrous steel with T6 head|
|Pivot:||Ceramic caged bearings|
|Country of Origin:||Yangjiang, China|