If you were to travel into the future, you would see some strange things: hoverboards that actually hover, robot butlers, air conditioned suits, etc. Our latest Badass Knife of the Week would fit right into that innovative and slightly bizarre future.
The Gerber Remix looks like it came straight out of a sci-fi movie, with a design that’s completely original and unlike any of the knives you see out there.
The handle of this lightweight knife is made from anodized aluminum that’s been coated with titanium nitride. One of the hardest materials known to man, titanium nitride adds some durability and shine to the handle.
Complementing the skeletonized grip of the Remix is a noticeable and large finger hole, which is what the blade pivots around.
This large o-ring injects versatility into the knife, allowing the user to hold the knife in a variety of grips or attach the knife to a carabiner. The possibilities are as limitless as your imagination will allow.
The 2.9-inch drop point blade is made from 440A stainless steel and swiftly engages with the flick of the ambidextrous thumb studs. The blade stays open with a liner lock.
Rounding out the Remix is a bevy of extra features that make this knife special, including an open design for easy cleaning, slight jimping along the spine, a tip-up pocket clip, and a lanyard hole near the butt.
For more information on this Badass Knife of the Week, check out the product page for the Gerber Remix.