Terrain 365 has just introduced its latest iteration of the classic Barlow pattern, with its Caiman Slipjoint, featuring the brand’s premium, rustproof, edge-holding Terravantium blade alloy. According to Patric Ma, Creative Director and Co-Founder of Terrain 365, “The Caiman Slipjoint is our follow up to the popular Otter Slipjoint. The Caiman, however, features the classic clip point blade profile, and we added an internal lanyard in lieu of the old school bail.” Ma continues, “This is a modern Barlow of the 21st century with our premium, rustproof, edge holding Terravantium blade alloy and aerospace level handle materials.”
The open length on the Caiman is 6.9375-inches, with a blade length of 3-inches, featuring dual-side, groove-style nail marks that provide the only method of opening. The steel is once again Terravantium, the cobalt alloy that is key to both the folder and fixed blade sides of Terrain 365’s product line. The Caiman features the classic clip point blade profile, with an added internal lanyard in lieu of the old school bail found on the brand’s Otter knife. The Caiman’s handle has clean, contoured scales on both sides, and is made from a choice of either carbon fiber or titanium.
For another recent release from Terrain 365, check out the Slip Flip-AT.