Product DescriptionESEE Izula II, Black
The locals in the Amazon call the meanest, most aggressive ant in the jungle Isula (spelled with an s). The folks at Randall's Adventure & Training know it as the Bullet Ant. The Bullet Ant is known to be independent, tough, light on its feet, and a real aggressive survivor. The IZULA knife is built the same way. After numerous survival trips and expeditions to the Amazon jungles of Peru, Jeff Randall and Mike Perrin designed the Izula to be the perfect survival kit or concealed carry knife. As with all ESEE Knives, the all IZULAS are backed by the famous ESEE no questions asked lifetime warranty. If you break it, just send the broken knife back to ESEE for a replacement.Specifications
- Overall length: 6.75 in.
- Blade Length: 2.63 in.
- Maximum Thickness: .156"
- 1095 Steel - 57 Rc.
- Blade Width: 1.0"
- Grind: Flat
- Handles: Canvas Micarta
- Handle Thickness: 0.585 in.
- Weight: 3.2 Ounces (Knife & Handles Only)
- Sheathing: Injection Molded, Black
- Pommel: .550" Diameter Hole To Accommodate Carabiner
- Spine: Thumb Grippers
- Black Textured Powder Coat
- Serial Number On Blade
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Excellent little knife. Handle fits well with large hands too.
Have nothing but great things to say about this knife. If your looking for a small EDC blade or for a kids first knife or even a neck knife then I say it's a must buy. As usual with knife works, nothing but the best of service and have zero complaints. It's an Esee. You just cant go wrong!!!
I had the knife since nov6 2018 and this knife was a daily use, work, and camping. I have sharped this knife more than 50 times. It is very easy to make razor sharp how ever it will not last long. Its tuff. It will not break i promise.! But not for a daily use knife. The steel is not great for keeping an edge. Not a good EDC. If your looking for a knife like this but WAY BETTER steel look at White River Knives. I have the M1 caper and its the best knife i have ever used and its look like the izula but even better really. Im going to pass the izula 2 down to my boy for his first knife. And if your wondering about the sheath it tough. It got deployed 20 times or more a day still holds knife strong.