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TOPS Knives Steel Eagle Delta Class

Way back in 1998, TOPS Knives introduced a knife called the Steel Eagle. That survival knife became the knife that I (and probably many others) pictured in my head when I thought of TOPS Knives. The Steel Eagle is still available today and, with the introduction of the Steel Eagle Delta Class, it’s better than ever.

From TOPS Knives:

Since 1998, TOPS Knives has been making hardcore knives for hardcore individuals. The first model TOPS introduced was the Steel Eagle 107D (tanto). After that, came the Steel Eagle 107C (hunter’s point). These knives epitomize TOPS. As the 20th anniversary of TOPS approaches, they thought it fit to re-release those models with some upgrades. The Delta Class version of the 107C and 107D includes TOPS’ newest finish, Acid Rain. They also come with sandwiched Micarta handles that are thick and rounded to give the user a solid grip, and TOPS has developed a tan Kydex sheath to finish up the package.

Steel Eagle 107C Delta Class Specs

Overall Length: 13.0”

Blade Length: 7.63”

Cutting Edge: 7.00”

Blade Thickness: 0.25”

Blade Shape: Hunter’s point

Blade Steel: 1095 RC 56-58

Blade Finish: Acid Rain

Handle Material: Black Canvas Micarta / Red Liner / Tan Canvas Micarta

Knife Weight: 18.2 oz

Weight w/ Sheath: 22.6 oz

Sheath Material: Tan Kydex

Sheath Clip: Rotating Spring Steel

Designer: TOPS Team

Steel Eagle 107D Delta Class Specs:

Overall Length: 13.0”

Blade Length: 7.63”

Cutting Edge: 7.00”

Blade Thickness: 0.25”

Blade Shape: Tanto point

Blade Steel: 1095 RC 56-58

Blade Finish: Acid Rain

Handle Material: Black Canvas Micarta / Red Liner / Tan Canvas Micarta

Knife Weight: 18.3

Weight w/ Sheath: 22.7oz

Sheath Material: Tan Kydex

Sheath Clip: Rotating Spring Steel

Designer: TOPS Team

Find the new Steel Eagle Delta Class knives at TOPS Knives:

Steel Eagle 107D Delta Class (tanto point)

Steel Eagle 107C Delta Class (hunters point)

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