Ontario Knife Company® (OKC®) has unveiled a new folding knife built to handle any situation. The new Cerberus Folder features a D2 tool-steel blade with a titanium handle and frame lock, making it durable enough to tackle even the most punishing tasks.
“The OKC Cerberus Folder has the versatility of an everyday carry folding knife with the spirit of a fixed blade,” observed Deneb Pirrone, Vice President of Sales & Marketing for OKC. “Designed as a counterpart to the original OKC Cerberus, this minimalist tactical folder is overbuilt and purpose-driven for use in the field.”
The OKC Cerberus Folder has an overall length of 9.125-inches with a 3.75-inch blade that’s 0.130-inches thick—ideally sized for daily use and a variety of applications. This full-grind, spear point blade is made of incredibly robust D2 steel and features a satin finish. The Cerberus Folder is engineered down to the edge geometries, precision manufactured, and backed by OKC’s lifetime warranty.
The frame locking mechanism of the OKC Cerberus Folder is supported by the strength of the knife’s titanium handle, which features an ergonomic design, gimping for superior purchase, and a smooth bead-blast finish. Multitaskers and southpaws will appreciate the ambidextrous thumb studs that allow for singlehanded opening in either hand. Completing the EDC package is the knifes narrow profile coupled with its naturally lightweight nature and reversible pocket clip — all of which allow for ease of carry in your pocket, vest, jacket, or backpack.