The Adventurer was designed in collaboration with Rémi Camus, extreme adventurer.
Rémi Camus is committed, by way of various initiatives, to raising public awareness on conservation and access to water.
- 2011: Ran across the Australian continent (5,400Km) and first awareness initiative of the importance of water
- 2013: Swam down the Mekong River (4,400Km from Tibet to Vietnam) for a water quality inventory
- 2017: Expert on the M6 survival race TV programme: Wild which he won in a pair after 6 races in different biotopes
THE KEY POINTS
The Adventurer is compact in size and light in weight, 2 must-have qualities for adventures.
It is both light and easy to handle while is being very strong.
2 "notched" areas on the top of the blade so that a club can be used with the blade for batoning without slipping.
4 holes on the handle to fit a lanyard covering the hand if necessary or to transform into a spear.
1 sharp scraping area on the top of the blade used as a firesteel.
"Double" braided paracord handle for excellent grip.
The Adventurer has a rigid ambidextrous POM (Polyoxymethylene) adjustable retention sheath. The knife is removed by pressing with the thumb on the top of the sheath.
It can be attached directly to the leg holster 5.11, GK, Safariland and Black Hawk.
This sheath comes with a flexible, reinforced tactiprene belt loop, with multiple holes for right or left wear on the belt.
3 colors of paracord:
Black with black sheath
Coyote with coyote sheath
Orange with black sheath
THE WILDSTEER BONUSES
This loop is compatible with the Tec-Lock fastening systems, …
A kit allows for the sheath to be positioned on the MOLLE loops of a jacket in the vertical or horizontal position.