This Rumsen model has a black G-10 handle with textured carbon fiber inlays.
The Ohlone Rumsen is a little EDC knife with some excellent features you don't find very much in the knife world. The knife is relatively short, at only six inches overall, but the handle is substantial enough to grip. The handle has carbon fiber inlays with a grippy texture. They look really nice, and stay in the hand when you use the knife.
You’re obviously interested in a small carry knife. Ohlone may not be a household name, it they should be. I have yet to get my hands on an Ohlone that wasn’t awesome. This knife was smaller than I expected but it was a pleasant surprise. Slicey, razor sharp, comfortable in hand and more than capable for everyday cutting tasks. Fun to fidget with and robust for its diminutive size. The thing I love the most, the titanium liners. It would have been cheaper and easier to use steel, but the feel of the titanium liners give the knife an elegance and refinement I appreciate. Size and price don’t correlate. Just because it’s small, doesn’t mean it was easier or less expensive to make. Buy this knife. You won’t be disappointed.
I found the Rumsen while searching for a high-quality, Chicago-legal (2.5") flipper EDC knife. If you're looking for something similar, then look no further. The Rumsen may look unassuming at first, but as soon as you hold it in your hand you can tell that every piece of this knife was carefully designed. It is pricey, and it is not as flashy as some other knives in a similar price point, but it was worth every penny. The unit I received came perfectly set up out of the box, scalpel-sharp, and completely free of defects. The G10 has a comfortably smooth texture, while the textured carbon fiber provides excellent grip. One of my favorite "little things" about the knife, which I didn't even notice at first, is that the textured carbon fiber is actually smooth under the pocket clip - so you don't have to worry about tearing up your pants the way you do with some textured scales. The flipper tab is comfortable to use, and the blade flips open with ease, making a very satisfying 'clack' sound each time. One thing to note is that the pocket clip is quite strong - not to the point that it's hard to use, but if you're used to a clip that requires little to no force to use, there may be a bit of an adjustment period for you. Truly top quality.