Rick Hinderer Knives Bronze Titanuim Mt St Helens Bead - B8200001TD
RHKB8200001TDBL: Bronze Titanuim Mt St Helens Bead
Rick Hinderer Knives
These Stainless Steel Mt St Helens Beads are a great way to accessorize your knife (especially your Hinderer designs) while also adding function. Having a lanyard is an easy way to extract the knife from a pocket or bag and the lanyard can also be hooked around the pinky or index finder for added security. Mt St Helens Beads also make superb zipper pulls that can easily fit two strands of 550 paracord through the bead holes.
The Summit Series was inspired by a hiking trip to Oregon in 2012, where Rick Hinderer had the opportunity to climb Mount St. Helens. Rick Hinderer Knives wanted to start a collection, so that you could combine your personal choice of beads from their many series, and wear them on a bracelet, lanyard, or whatever you may choose!
- Mount St. Helens is an active stratovolcano located in Skamania County, Washington. Mount St. Helens is most notorious for its catastrophic eruption on May 18, 1980, at 8:32 a.m. PDT, the deadliest and most economically destructive volcanic event in the history of the United States. Rick Hinderer climbed Mount St. Helens in 2012. The Hinderer Mount St. Helen bead was made to mimic the lava crater in the middle of the mountain, so that we could bring a little of the mountains home to you!
- Elevation: 8,365 ft.
- Location: Skamania County, Washington, U.S
- Type of Rock: Active Stratovolcano
- Age: < 40,000 years old
- Last Eruption: 2004 – July 10, 2008
- First Ascent: 1853 by Thomas J Dyer
- Length: 1.0"
- Width: 0.48"
- Material: Titanium
- Finish: Bronze
- Weight: 0.20 oz.
- Made in the USA