Trango Piranha Knife

Trango Piranha Knife
Trango Piranha Knife
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Piranha Knife by Trango
At just 0. 7 ounces, you'll forget the Trango Piranha Knife is even clipped to your rack until you need to cut out a blown section of rope or perform surgery on the cactus spine lodged in your foot. Even better, the integrated bottle opener will save the day when it's time to slug victory brews.

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SKU: TRG0057
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