NRS Voss Knife

NRS Voss Knife
NRS Voss Knife
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Voss Knife by NRS
With a quick flick of the wrist, you spring the NRS Voss Knife forth from its easy-to-carry folded position into a rescue-ready knife. Designed to combine the convenience of a folding knife with the functionality of a full-size blade, the Voss is a must-have for any paddler who seeks thrills in serious whitewater.

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SKU: NRS006U
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