Skif Eagle is a completely new model that was developed and released in 2019. The knife got its name because of the blade profile, which looks like an eagle.
The blade is made of 9Cr14MoV steel, which is almost identical to popular Japanese steel AUS-8A. In comparison with 8Cr13MoV, 9Cr14MoV steel contains more carbon and chrome, which means good corrosion resistance and hardness.
Reverse tanto blade profile in combination with flat grinds, that go 1/2 from the spine, provides wonderful cutting and piercing abilities. Riffling on the spine increases control during work. The Stonewash finish is a good protection from scratches; depending on the model it can be black or white. There is one way of pushing the blade open – a flipper tab. The blade opens very smoothly, thanks to the ball bearing system, which is one of the main advantages of Skif knives' new generation. The Frame Lock provides a reliable lock up to the blade when in use.
The scales are made of G-10 and available in three different colors: black, orange, and green. A handle also contains a lanyard hole and a pocket clip. The Skif Eagle will be suitable for everyday carry or outdoor activities.
|Pivot Design||Ball bearing|
|Steel Grade/Blade Material||9Cr14MoV|
|Knives and Cold Steel||Folding knives|
|Edge Type||Regular edge|
|Lock Type||Frame Lock|
|Overall Length, mm||230|
|Blade Length, mm||95|
|Blade Thickness, mm||3|
|Blade Coating/Finish||BSW (Black Stonewash)|
|Steel Hardness, HRC||57-58|