I Stick

A Push Knife With Power

Designed to do damage.

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As soon as you pick up the I Stick, you know you’re holding a serious blade. This thing started as a chunk of 3/8” 1075 steel and was morphed into what is probably the thickest push dagger on the market. The heft of the knife is on purpose as it was meant to add weight and power to a punch when you need it to stay alive. Basically, the I Stick was designed to do damage.

The grip is comfortable with the stem either between the index and middle fingers or between the middle and ring fingers. The handles are thick and round to fill a clenched fist and stay put. The Kydex sheath sits close to the body for easy concealment and to allow for a full grip on the knife right from the draw.

The beauty of push knives is how simple they are to wield for stabbing and slashing in multiple directions. Just grab it and go.

Knife Type Fixed Blade
Overall Length 5.63"
Blade Length 3.50"
Cutting Edge 3.13"
Secondary Edge 3.13"
Blade Thickness 0.380"
Blade Steel 1075 RC 56-58
Blade Finish Black Traction Coating
Handle Material Black Canvas Micarta
Knife Weight 12.6oz
Weight w/ Sheath 15.4oz
Sheath Included Yes
Sheath Material Black Kydex
Sheath Clip Nylon Belt
Designer Leo Espinoza
Customer Reviews (2)
Husband's everywhere this is VERY VERY SHARP!!
Husband had this new toy just a few days and sliced his pointer finger open, just unsheathing it lol It went through his skin like a hot knife through butter. A hospital trip and 5 stitches later he is definitely more careful. Can't wait for the insurance bill uhhggg.... Review by Lovechill77 (Posted on 3/29/2021)
a princess not a beast
disappointed with this new knife I bought, I accidentally hit it in the mirror the tip is now damage while the mirror just got a minor scratch, expecting this beast to be tough but it was soft like a girl. the only advantage is it was easy to fix. Tops Knives is this really the case? are the edge really have a 58 rockwell hardness? I have my steel eagle and tom brown tracker which are both ok. Review by Ferdinand (Posted on 2/21/2018)
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