Toor Knives Jank Shank Fixed Blade Knife White G10 3" Nitro-V Shadow Black

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  • Overall: 7.0"
  • Blade: 3.0" Nitro-V, Black
  • Blade Thickness: 0.25" 
  • Handle: 4.0" G10, White
  • Weight: 6.3oz
  • Sheath: FlexTech Kydex
  • Made in the USA
  • Model: Jank Shank-Shadow Black

The perfect "easy to conceal" EDC is back and better than ever.

Toor Knives has kicked off 2022 with their updated Jank Shank. The frame has been updated to better accommodate the new style of textured G10 scale, while keeping its 0.25" steel width. While this adds some weight compared to the previous skeletonized version of the blade (from 2.4 oz to 6.3 oz), the new patterned G10 scales provide increased grip under the most demanding situations. It's the same great EDC knife you've come to love, just newly improved to tackle almost any task you can throw at it.

Every Jank Shank is made in the USA and includes a low profile FlexTech KYDEX® sheath, which is compatible with any of Toor Knives five mounts.

 

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    Posted by Charles L. on Sep 7th 2022

    This is a very impressive blade that I've been EDC since I've gotten it. It has nice heft to it and my hands (S-M glove size) fit very well with this design. I have also recently been using the IWB clip (which I highly recommend) and its been barely noticeable for hours on end. The Nitro-V steel comes supplied very sharp and the tip is impressively useful. It would be easy to puncture a glove so use caution. It has more heft than I expected which I prefer vs. alternatives in the market which while lighter, also feel "flimsy" to me. The scales are rough (but incredibly grippy!) and could use some additional finishing on the edges similar to my Toor Serpent. I use this beyond its intended market so I've hiked and climbed with it and its super accessible and narrow blade has been very useful. The Ceracote has held up better than I would have guessed as I've scraped out cracks and holes in rocks with. Finally, I would have liked to seen an option to purchase a training variant for the Jank Shank as alternatives on the market I have seen. Overall a great blade that is useful and durable beyond its focused market.