When the AD-10 was first introduced, it instantly became one of the strongest, most robust, user-friendly folders ever created. The only downside was its high price tag.
Enter the Cold Steel AD-10 Lite.
Despite its name, this huge folder is anything but light. It features a strong 3.5-inch blade with a drop point and satin finish. It also continues to use Andrew Demko's renowned Tri-Ad locking mechanism.
The main difference between the standard and the Lite AD-10 is the materials. The AD-10 Lite uses a large chunk of AUS10A steel, an alloy that's tough, resistant to corrosion, and easy to maintain. Its ergonomic handle also uses black GFN scales, which means it can still withstand anything you throw at it.
For those who want a dependable knife with one of the best hard-use designs around, the AD-10 Lite is a no-brainer.
|Blade Material||Stainless steel (aus10a)|
|Country of Origin||Taiwan|
|Lock Type||Tri-ad lock|
|Pocket Clip Include||True|