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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