Modeled after his regular Obake, the Lucas Burnley designed Obake Skoshi fixed blade is a more EDC-friendly size. It has a gray titanium nitride coated blade with an acid etched pattern finish. Full-tang construction with a black Katana style nylon wrapped over the faux rayskin handle. The Obake includes an injection molded sheath for secure and consistent retention.
This knife is fun to have in your EDC rotation... I like to pair it with it's big brother... You can even fit both on a tech Lok clip and have both handy if you are so inclined.... I like to cross carry the two like little samurai swords sometimes.... They are both useful knifes
I own quite a bit of fixed blades but this beats them all. The lanyard makes for comfortable carry. The blade is small enough that it isn’t threatening but large enough to work. Love the design. If you are on the fence get it. It’s 30 dollars well spent.
this blade is a great addition to my EDC its lightweight and incredibly sharp. cutting boxes is a breeze and the ripcord system is genius! love it!
I’m a huge fan of Burnley and this knife is no exception. The size is perfect to EDC!
I got this knife for me. It is awesome to pocket carry with the lanyard loop. Super fast draw and so light weight that you forget it's there. My girlfriend thought it was "cute" though and kept it for her own personal use.
This is a very mininalist, but beautiful knife. It comes very sharp and VERY pointy, emphasis on the pointy. I use it for everyday tasks, and it always gets the job done. A great knife for EDC or just to add to your collection.
HR told me to find something smaller than what I was carrying, so I bought this. It is surprisingly good. The knife takes a very nice edge, and has held up well to every day tasks. I bought this and the full sized Obake, and I can now say from experience that this is a much better knife to pocket carry than the full sized one.
Much easier carry than the regular obake. Good for EDC carry or like I use it as an occasional neck knife. Sharp & thick pointy blade. “Careful” on the pull out as u can retract bk and poke urself. Great grippy handle but a tad short to pull out of sheath....three finger grip unless u got baby hands. Achi/Akari much better for utility use & handle size.