Latest We Releases Include Fixed Blade, Flipper, and Integral

We Knife Co. is rolling out another wave of products, across both their main and Civivi lines. Civivi is getting a new flipper called the Incite, while under the main We label a new fixed blade by Michael Emler debuts. A limited release integral first spotted at Blade is also en route.

Incite

While Civivi has been playing up the collaboration angle lately – specifically with the trio of releases from Elijah Isham – the Incite looks to be an in-house design. The knife it most closely resembles is the Naja, one of the three models with which We introduced the world to the Civivi budget label about a year ago.

The Naja had a mild recurve along its blade length, but the Incite’s 3.7 inch blade adheres to a more traditional drop point shape. Blade steel is now the Civivi line-standard D2, and the sole opening method a flipper tab on steel bearings.

We is pumping out the options for this one right out of the gate, with five different variations on offer. Three colors of a G-10/carbon fiber laminate combo handle (red, blue, and green) are on their way, as well as two wood options: rosewood and ebony.

Stonefish

This mid-sized fixed blade is designed by Mike Emler, a well-known name in the knife world thanks to his sharpening service, Crazy Sharp LLC. and his associated with Ferrum Forge. This is Emler’s first production collaboration anywhere.

With the Stonefish, Emler sought to create a fixed blade of reasonable size with a high-performance blade shape and grind. Its 4.46 inch-long drop point is flat-ground; at its base it gives way to a large forward choil, and the handle consists of three cutouts: two finger-sized, one larger. One would expect a knife from a sharpening expert to sport something capable for the blade steel; Emler and We picked out 20CV steel for the Stonefish. It is available with three different G-10 scale colors (black, green, tan), and comes with a Kydex sheath.

Anodyne

Currently restricted to a very limited production run is the Anodyne. It has a small, 2.35 inch drop point blade, making it ideal for EDC; but the big selling point on this knife is the integral construction and multiple intricate carbon fiber inlays. There are two different Anodyne limited runs inbound, one with a coated blade, one with a plain one. The satin blade model is limited to 100 pieces, while the coated blade version is limited to just 85 pieces.

All three knives are expected to arrive in the next two weeks.

Knife in Featured Image: Civivi Incite

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