NRS Green Knife

NRS Green Knife
NRS Green Knife
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Green Knife by NRS
The NRS Green Knife is excellent for any freshwater boating or camping adventure because its compact size means it can slip into virtually any pocket. The stainless steel blade features a blunt tip so the knife won't accidentally stab through your tent or raft, and the edge has smooth and serrated sections to help you cut through a variety of objects. The glass-reinforced polypropylene handle utilizes a TPR over-mold to give you a good grip, and it features a bottle opener, a stainless steel clip, and a hole for a lanyard so you can tie it down in the boat.

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SKU: NRS002S
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