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Saturday, 03 February 2024 03:42

Vosteed Racoon in aluminum

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One hallmark of any good knife company is the ability to produce limited editions and runs that are unique to the model. Vosteed is one of those companies; they've got more variants than Marvel has Loki. Not long ago, we checked out the White Mountain Knives exclusive Raccoon with a crossbar lock and frag pattern micarta. This release isn't exclusive to WMK but is limited in number. Today, we're checking out the Raccoon in aluminum.



The Raccoon is probably the most popular model that the company produces, with Nightshade and perhaps the Thunderbird giving it a run for its money. This release features aluminum powder-coated handles that are CNC machined and sport a crossbar lock. I like the coating; it feels durable and gives some grip along with the geometric milling.


This edition still features a 3.25" blade, but this time it's in Nitro-V instead of 14C28N. I love this blade shape, great for a variety of daily tasks. The high flat grind makes it an incredible slicer and has enough belly to be useful for things like food prep. The blade features a choil; it's not something I often need but nice if I need to choke up.


The Raccoon is one of my favorite Vosteed models; they can't go wrong with offering some variety to the gaze. I like the two-tone PVD on the blade and the powder coat on the handle. It gives some contrast to the black-on-black motif. If you're looking for a good daily performer or maybe another Vosteed to add to the collection, check out the Raccoon in aluminum.


David Bowen

As Co Founder of Multitool.org David has been a multitool enthusaist since the 90's.  David has always been fascinated with the design inginuity and uselfulness of multitools.

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