Pros: Sheath/Scabbard, Handle Material, Weight, Overall Quality
Cons: Blade Sharpness, None
Punching above its weight when it comes to punching above your weight
While bigger than I expected, this knife is very good for EDC. I do suggest having a thicker belt, I wear a Cabela's Roughneck jeans belt and it's a perfect fit. The best part about this knife, aside from the price, is the sheath. While I needed to shave off a bit of extra material for a more comfortable draw, the sheath more than makes up for this bit of effort by being able to be mounted practically anywhere. It works as a neck knife, can be mounted vertically, or, my personal method of carry, carried horizontally on the appendix. Being the size that it is, it does print slightly when facing against the wind, carrying horizontally as I do can prevent this, as angling the sheath to the point where the handle of the knife could be easily mistaken for a belt buckle. To my knowledge, nobody has ever noticed it's there. Just make sure your shirt is pulled over it when you stand up, especially getting out of cars. Another complaint I have is that it seems difficult to sharpen, but it comes pointy enough that that's not much of an issue. It can slash if you need it to, but look at it, doesn't take Sherlock Holmes to figure out what this knife excels at.