Lieb

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  • $79.00
  • Regular price $94.95
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Designed by Azo, The latest Lieb Features premium Bohler N690 blade steel, ultra smooth ball bearing pivot, deep carry pocket clip, quality scales and striking aesthetics. The Wharncliffe style blade provides exceptional cutting performance and is razor sharp out of the box. Utilising the flipper tab, the blade deploys swiftly and locks in with a satisfying click. The strong detent prevents the knife from accidently deploying. Kizer has really outdone themselves with this latest Lieb, providing outstanding fit and finish at such a great price point. This knife is quickly becoming an Adventure Carry favourite.

Available in 2 variants, all black/G10 scales or satin hardware/Micarta scales.

View our blog post on the Lieb >Here<

Specifications

Total Length 146.05mm
Closed Length (Handle) 88.9mm
Blade Length 60.325mm
Blade Thickness 2.54mm
Blade Steel Bohler N690
Blade Grind Flat
Blade Finish See variants
Blade Style Wharncliffe
Lock Liner
Weight 76.82
Hardness
Clip R/H deep carry, tip up
Handle Material Micarta
Product Code See varients

Customer Reviews

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Anonymous
Kizer Lieb (Natural Micarta)

If you’re looking for an effective, attractive ‘fifth pocket’ knife, the Lieb might be the one. It cuts like a dream out of the box, fires open every time, locks up solidly and is very easy to close. The liner lock is very easy to access when the cutting is done. The recessed pocket clip (with countersunk screws) works really well too. Fit and finish are excellent and make for an attractive, affordable knife. Thanks once again Mitch, for the fast service as well. Both knife and seller are recommended.

Thanks for your review! Great write up and I'm stoked you are happy with the Lieb.
Cheers
Mitch

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Mark Finlay
Kizer Lieb

Great small edc blade, fantastic service as always.

Hey Mark,
Thanks for the review and another purchase, glad you're happy with the Lieb! one of my favourites for sure.
Cheers
Mitch