DescriptionMH001S: 001S Harrier Hawke Folder, SerratedMykel Hawke Knives
The Harrier Hawke was inspired by Hawke's first charge toward the knife business. Mykel first used his expertise to help create his critically acclaimed "Hawke Hellion" for TOPS knives. It was this positive experience that prompted Mykel to begin thinking of new designs for differing applications. The Harrier, though very large, is still considered a pocket knife design. It's a folder that carries with it one very unique feature: flip-out finger guards. These guards, though reminiscent of safety mechanisms used on swords for centuries, are an all-original take on an age-old invention. These guards are strategically placed near the pivot point of the knife and are able to be rotated upward and outward a full 90 degrees so that they may act as a safety stop for the user's potentially fatigued hands. This design is patented by Mykel himself...so don't expect to see this innovation anywhere else.
The serrated model offers the same great features and benefits of the "Harrier Hawke" but with one great additional feature: partial serrations. Some knife enthusiasts swear by these strategically placed cut-outs near the base of the sharpened edge. Serrations allow the knife to be useful in exponentially more situations, especially outdoors and survival. Cutting limbs for shelter or cutting rope for trapping and rigging are just a couple of extra uses where the Harriers excel.