NRS Neko Knife

NRS Neko Knife
NRS Neko Knife
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Neko Knife by NRS
If you're caught in a strainer and the only thing keeping you from flushing downstream is a branch-snagged PFD strap, you'll be happy to have NRS' Neko knife handy to get you out of the situation. With a stainless steel hybrid blunted tip, the Neko is the perfect option for the boater who spends most of their time on inflatables. And the knife's hybrid blade pulls double duty between cutting rope and spreading PB&J--just don't forget to clean it when you're finished.

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SKU: NRS008M
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