The James Brand The Ellis Knife

The James Brand The Ellis Knife
The James Brand The Ellis Knife
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The Ellis Knife by The James Brand
The Ellis Knife marries simplicity with utility, delivering a classic multi-tool that's whittled down to just the basics. With a partially serrated blade and screwdriver-bottle opener combination tool, this in-pocket folding knife comes in handy on the trail, at the river, or around the house. It features an easy-to-use nail nick opening and ambidextrous orientation that anyone can operate, with a lockback design that prevents your tools from shutting on your fingers during use.

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