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An homage to his roots.
World-renowned designer Ken Onion made Hawaii home many years ago. So, to pay tribute to his deep love of the island’s rich culture and verdant landscape, he designed the Bona Fide™ everyday carry folding knife to suggest the shape of a traditional Hawaiian waʻa, or canoe. And with Field Strip Gen II, it’s just as powerful as it looks.
- Easy Maintenance: Field Strip – take apart your knife for cleaning without tools
- Smooth Opening: IKBS™ ball bearing pivot deploys the blade smooth
- Superior Performance: D2 blade steel for excellent edge retention
- Fast Opening: Flipper deploys the blade fast
- Lightweight And Strong: Aluminum handle combines strength with minimal weight
- Low Profile: Deep carry clip rides low in the pocket
- Blade Length: 3.59" (91.08 mm)
- Blade Edge: Plain
- Blade Steel: D2
- Blade Finish: Satin
- Blade Thickness: 0.13" (3.38 mm)
- Overall Length: 8.25" (209.55 mm)
- Closed Length: 4.66" (118.34 mm)
- Weight: 4.30 oz. (121.90g)
- Handle: ADC12 Al
- Style: Folding Knife w/Liner Lock
Years ago from his shop in Kaneohe, Hawaii, Ken Onion invented the first generation of Field Strip technology. With the recrafted, reimagined, and simpler Field Strip Gen II, his creativity has boldly entered new territory. The Bona Fide™ folding knife is a substantial everyday carry measuring at just over 8” from the tip of the strong D2 blade to the end of the strong, lightweight textured aluminum handle. The dropped tip of the blade has both the benefits of modified wharncliffe and modified drop point and deploys smoothly with the IKBS™ ball bearing pivot system. Field Strip Gen II lets you quickly disassemble it without tools on the spot to purge it of grease and grime.
The knife that meets at the crossroads of futuristic usability and an homage to tradition.
How Field Strip Gen II Works
Slide the lever up to disassemble, easily releasing the knife into three components. Place the blade between the two handles in the closed position and slide the lever down to reassemble.