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Stainless steel construction holds up to harsh conditions. 3"blades are serrated with a blunt tip. Moldedhard case. Weight: 4 oz.
Ideal for whitewater rafters tackling frothing rapids and bracing the Herculean force of water crashing around boulders, the Gerber River Shorty blunt-tipped water sports knife is designed especially for the unique requirements of rafting, paddling and diving. Its 3-inch blade is constructed with a medium-carbon stainless steel at its core, which is polished to within an inch of its life to limit corrosion. The versatile River Shorty has a serrated sharp side that aims up rather than down, a glass-filed nylon handle, and a sheath is constructed of a hard plastic. It can be worn on your belt, on your boot, or attached to your floatation vest. Measuring 6.73 inches overall, the River Shorty weighs 4 ounces. Backed by a limited lifetime warranty.
I use this as my "oh s**t" knife while racing sailboats. Had it for years and it's held up well. The dull tip and quick deployment is important for my use.Published 1 month ago by Marlielayne
Probably excellent for the intended scuba application, where the sheath is out of the way strapped to the ankle or calf, or tucked away in a galley drawer. Read morePublished 6 months ago by calart
What happened Gerber?! This knife is Not the same high quality product I expect from Gerber. My old river raft knife from Gerber was an excellent product. Read morePublished 13 months ago by e-mercator
Great knife. The sheath is self locking which I love. blade is sharp, lightweight, and solid. Will use for a long timePublished 22 months ago by Chris Milligan aka The Santa Fe Barman
Very nice paddling knife. Used it in Alaska doing some ocean kayaking. It did get a little bit of rust on it but that was to be expected since it is stainless steel. Read morePublished on June 27, 2013 by Patrick Mauri
I already owned this knife and had picked it up to attach to my PFD for various kayak trips I take every year. Read morePublished on February 6, 2013 by Stuck
The knife comes with a very broad edge on one side that is completely dull and the serrated edge on the other side is only about 2 inches long which doesn't allow for very easy... Read morePublished on August 30, 2012 by WWJoe
I have had the knife for a while now and does a good job. Good knife to have on a kayak. No pointed nose. It cuts liek you need it to. Read morePublished on July 2, 2012 by justoverdoit