This Mantis Seymour has a black blade and a black handle with a plain edge.
Let us introduce you to Seymour. Most folks think that the name is a little confusing, but then again, so is the pattern of the handle. This knife, by all purposes is considered a “Skinner”, but people buy it for all sorts of reasons, from tactical to hunting. The sheath is interchangeable from horizontal carry to typical vertical carry. The handle is constructed of ZR rated tire rubber, and blade is 420 high carbon steel.
Pros: Comfort and "gripiness" is excellent, with or without gloves. Having a little extra length on the handle really makes a difference. Decently sharp OOTB but you'll definitely want to get this razor sharp on your own. Sheath is sturdy. I love how you can re-position the belt clip, as I usually carry fixed blades horizontally. Clip is tight. Jumped, rolled, and spun around without the sheath coming loose (blade is a different story; see below). Cons: Blade retention in the sheath is weak! One good shake and it comes right out. It might have been possible to remedy this using paracord, but there is no "hole" on the handle. Just be mindful if carrying horizontally. If this wasn't an issue this would be a flawless blade for what it is. Overall, it's a very solid blade and purchase. I look forward to using as my EDC for a variety of tasks. Thank you Mantis and BladeHQ!