264 Cavalier

A sleek, frame-lock folder that is the perfect choice for everyday carry. The 264 Cavalier pocket knife features a gray anodized aluminum handle with a carbon fiber inlay and a blue fastener.

This slim knife utilizes ball bearing technology and a blade flipper for a smooth, seamless opening. With a stonewashed finish, the stainless steel pocket clip adds carry convenience.

Ball Bearing Knife Technology Ball bearing knives are designed for smooth and efficient opening with a reduction in friction for rapid blade deployment.  Frame Lock A frame lock functions like a liner lock, but the locking mechanism is a section of the handle “frame”—on the side of the knife.

The “frame lock” is a channeled lock arm that moves inward to lock against the blade when the knife is opened. Pushing outward releases it from its “locked position” so the user can close the blade.

The benefits are fewer moving parts and lighter weight. Frame locks are typically 1-hand open, and 1-hand close.

264 Cavalier

$59.00
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264 Cavalier

$59.00
$59.00

A sleek, frame-lock folder that is the perfect choice for everyday carry. The 264 Cavalier pocket knife features a gray anodized aluminum handle with a carbon fiber inlay and a blue fastener.

This slim knife utilizes ball bearing technology and a blade flipper for a smooth, seamless opening. With a stonewashed finish, the stainless steel pocket clip adds carry convenience.

Ball Bearing Knife Technology Ball bearing knives are designed for smooth and efficient opening with a reduction in friction for rapid blade deployment.  Frame Lock A frame lock functions like a liner lock, but the locking mechanism is a section of the handle “frame”—on the side of the knife.

The “frame lock” is a channeled lock arm that moves inward to lock against the blade when the knife is opened. Pushing outward releases it from its “locked position” so the user can close the blade.

The benefits are fewer moving parts and lighter weight. Frame locks are typically 1-hand open, and 1-hand close.