Outdoor Edge FieldLite Knife

An everyday carry knife that works just about everywhere.

posted on April 9, 2022
Outdoor Edge Field Lite Knife

If you need a new folding knife that can provide double duty in the field and in an EDC capacity, Outdoor Edge announced a new blade that might be worth your consideration. Called the FieldLite, the knife uses a 3.3-inch drop point blade. Made of 8Cr13MoV stainless steel, the plain-edged blade has a Rockwell Hardness measurement of 62. The 8Cr13MoV stainless steel is a good balance of hardness, corrosion resistance and wear resistance while still having the ability to hold a sharp edge.

A thumb stud is located on the knife for one-handed opening. Outdoor Edge built the knife with a standard lock-back design that is durable enough for hard use. The handle is made of glass-filled nylon for a balance of durability and lightweight. It has a rubberized grip to ensure a good handhold in all kinds of weather conditions. A rubberized coating can also help the user hold onto a knife when used to cut tough surfaces.

The knife is suitable for field dressing game that is harvested on a hunt as well as handling more routine jobs around the house and on the job site. The knife comes with a stainless-steel pocket clip. The FieldLite weighs 2.6 ounces and it has an overall length of 7.5 inches.

Outdoor Edge is a knife company based in Denver and is owned by Revo Brands. Revo Brands also owns Real Avid – a company known to many shooters for its gun cleaning and smithing tools.

Outdoor Edge lists the FieldLite knife at $29.95, and it is available at sporting goods stores and through typical online retail outlets. Outdoor Edge backs its knives with a Lifetime Warranty. Additionally, the company offers its customers a full refund in the first 60 days of ownership if they do not like the knife. For more information on this knife or other products from Outdoor Edge, please visit outdooredge.com.


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