ESEE Knives Izula Knife Black Survival Neck Knife w/ Kit Extras

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  • Overall Length:6.25"
  • Blade Length:2.875"
  • Cutting Edge:2.625"
  • Blade Thickness:0.16"
  • Blade Material:1095
  • Blade Style:Drop Point
  • Blade Grind:Flat
  • Finish:Black
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:3.375"
  • Handle Material:Steel
  • Color:Black
  • Weight:1.90 oz.
  • Sheath:Molded Polymer
  • Knife Type:Fixed Blade
  • Brand:ESEE Knives
  • Model:Izula
  • Model Number:Black Kit
  • Country of Origin:USA
  • Best Use:Camp/Hike
  • Product Type:Knife


The IZULA, from ESEE Knives. This IZULA has a skeletonized 1095 carbon steel handle and flat ground blade with a black powder coat finish. Optional canvas Micarta handle scales for the IZULA are sold separately, CLICK HERE! The handle on the IZULA includes a 1/2" long notched section at the spine, or "thumb grippers." The handle of each knife is engraved with name, logo and unique serial number. Includes a durable black injection molded carry sheath.

The locals in Peru call the meanest, nastiest ant of the jungle by the name "Isula". We 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. This knife is a perfect lightweight survival kit or concealed carry knife.

Complete Izula kit includes: Ambidextrous Sheath, Sheath Clip, Paracord (for cord wrapping handle or use as a lanyard), cord lock, Snap (for snapping system on to outdoor gear), Split Ring, Fire Flint, Whistle, and Instruction Sheet.

Check out the IZULA canvas Micarta handle scales HERE!


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Great neck knife!
Kevan P.
I wanted a neck knife for discrete carry while running. Lots of inexpensive models out there but tend to look for quality when it comes to protecting family, friends and myself. Spent a few more bucks on the Izula but love it and trust it. Have to keep it oiled and cleaned due to sweat but it always comes back with a little TLC.
Hard use champion
Conner G.
I take this knife where I donít trust a folder to cope with the work. 1095 steel takes a keen edge and is very easy to resharpen. It is also a very durable steel, meaning that you can beat on it and it wonít fail like some other steels that are more brittle. The tradeoff is that 1095 is not a stainless steel, meaning that it will rust if not cared for. Hawaii is not kind to 1095, it is a constant battle to keep the rust from claiming this knife. The blade shape is very useable and despite its size can handle tasks that would usually be above a knife of itís size. The included paracord works well to wrap the handle, although it is not long enough to do complicated wraps. The split rings, Ferro/mag are good simple additions that would fit well in any survival kit. The survival card that comes with the knife is in my wallet every day.
The handle on the knife is short. If you have big hands get the Izula-II. The extra 1/2 inch is great and provides a little more purchase on the knife. The coating that ESEE uses is not as resistant as most. It is thick and protects the knife well, but will wear off eventually. My izula has streaks of the coating pulled off, near the tip and the midsection where most of the use happens. The included sheath is plastic, and comes with a very sturdy clip that attaches with included hardware. The pattern on the sheath matches some pattern on a tec-lock, but youíll only be able to get two or three screws/bolts in. The sheath retains the knife well and disengages nicely with a firm push of the thumb. If you want a small hard use fixed blade, get this knife.
8 out of 10
Justin S.
Great neck knife. Micarta handles are a MUST. Sheath and clips are great options. Blade is pretty good. easy to sharpen. Easy to conceal.

Definitely a knife for the outdoorsman.