As the name implies, the Colossus 1 is a monstrous folding knife that trades blade length for height, resulting in a stout profile. Why? Shearing power … and to keep it compliant in regions with length restrictions. Colossus 1 takes design cues from the dag knife (also called the beavertail knife due to its shape), which were forged in England, imported by Canada’s Hudson’s Bay Company, and highly sought by Native Americans and frontiersman alike during the North American fur trade era. Available with satin polish finish or with a black DLC coating.
Made of premium XHP steel, the blade can cut, chop, stab, and slash with authority.
Thumb disc acts as an improvised “pocket deployer,” opening the blade as you draw from your pants pocket. Pocket clip can be adjusted for lefties and righties.
Two-tone, stippled G-10 handle offers traction
The handle’s ergonomics work well in forward grip but feel off in reverse grip.
The Colossus 1 can chop like a tomahawk … and will feel like one when you try to cram it into your pocket.