The handle of the Hawk liner lock pocket knife is made of what we call raindrop carbon fiber. This is done by taking a solid block of genuine carbon fiber, the same stuff used in the most world's most exotic hypercars, and machining it down to create the finish and appearance you see. Since the block of carbon is made up of many layers of the material with different weave orientations, the final outcome looks like the Damascus of carbon fiber.
The 3.23" drop point blade is made of Chinese Damascus steel in a matching eyedrop pattern to the carbon fiber.
The foldable Hawk knife folds opens and closes with a smooth ceramic ball bearing pivot. It locks into place using a trusty liner lock. Integrated into the blade are thumb studs on each side and a flipper so it can be used for ambidextrous one hand opening.
On the butt end of the knife is a removable, deep pocket clip, as well as a lanyard hole.
103 grams (3.6 ounces)