Peak UK River Knife

 

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River Rescue Knife

If you carry rope with you on rivers, then a knife should also be carried, preferrably easily accessible.

The Peak UK River Knife is a 12cm Folding blade knife, which will fit into most BA pockets. The Stainless Steel blade locks in the open position, while its highly visible red rubber handle, is ergonomic and won't slip. It also has a cord for clipping to the BA to prevent loss.


  • Lockable folding knife
  • 12cm Stainless steel serrated blade
  • Visible red rubber handle
  • Cord attachment

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