The Ontario Wraith was designed to be your go to everyday folder with a tough build and an affordable cost. It offers a lightweight design with a polymer handle and a sturdy stainless steel lockback. The stainless steel drop point blade provides excellent cutting with a curved edge and a convenient thumb stud opener. Pick up an EDC workhorse with the Wraith from Ontario Knife Company.Features:
I have to start by saying that for the price this knife has a lot of good going for it. The blade came scary sharp, has a great profile and is a very good size for normal EDC. However, the handle feels like something that would be attached to a dollar store knife. If it's some sort high end plastic polymer (the description just says polymer) it certainly doesn't feel like it. It's lacking almost all texture so when wet slips very easily in the hand. It's also flexible enough that when the blade is deployed you can slightly compress the side in just by squeezing it. The pocket clip is also incredibly small. It's smaller than the clip on some pens I've owned. If you're looking for a knife that will cut well when you need it, but likely won't do more than just sit in a tackle box or as a back up then this is a great choice for the price. But honestly i'd sooner someone spend a few bucks more (go from $20 to $40 and you'll get a considerably better knife) and get an ESEE Zancudo or even if you want to stay with OKC directly get a RAT 2. You'll enjoy the knife more and both come with better steels (D2).