If you’re looking for a tactical blade and space is a premium on your gear, then the Toor Knives Serpent is for you, as it’s slim line FlexTech sheath takes up minimal room.
The Serpent’s 1 1/8” ring allows for an easy draw, with or without gloves.
The blade is ground with a “Tanto” grind, leaving two razor sharp straight edges and at 3/16” thick, is just thick enough to be used as a prying tool, while thin enough to still slide through flesh.
Toor signature diamond back textured handle eliminates any chance of the blade sliding when wet, while still maintaining smooth contours for maximum comfort when concealed against the body.
Made out of a cpm3v steel with a Gunkote finish, and a textured G10 handle, this blade can stand up to the toughest elements with little-to-no corrosion.
Every Serpent is Made in the USA and includes a FlexTech KYDEX sheath for easy retention adjustability, as well as multiple friction offsets to eliminate blade rattle.
Thermal Diffusion Technology (TDT) - Toor Knives TDT blade treatment process includes the molecular reorganization of the lattice structures in the steel, which is achieved through multiple oxygen-free thermal normalizing cycles and a controlled rate of diffusion in the steel.
This is followed by a series of tempering procedures and a cryogenic freeze to harden the surface austenite, that ultimately relieves all of the natural stress in the steel, leaving you with a perfectly hardened blade.
Dynamic Fluting- Toor Knives multiaxial handle carving process creates texture paths that flow seamlessly together and follow the natural positioning of the hand around the knife.
This has enabled us to finally conquer the age-old task of providing both comfort AND grip on a blade.
FlexTech Sheaths- Toor Knives precision mold all of there KYDEX sheaths with retention adjustability to optimize your gear modularity, which allows you to use one sheath for multiple applications.
MicraCoat- This series of proprietary thermal curing processes includes a multi-coat application that achieves maximum corrosion resistance and a minimal dimensional footprint.
The result is fewer blade scratches, additional corrosion resistance, and a thinner surface coat.
|Blade Hardness||59-61 Rockwell|