The Iconic Lanny’s clip pattern was created by Tony Bose and flawlessly executed here by Enrique Peña. Enrique’s fit and finish deserves all the acclaim it receives and shows through in this updated classic pattern. The Peña Lanny’s Clip is a combination of old world style cues in a modern package, resulting in a stunning knife destined to become an heirloom.
Starting with a contoured solid titanium frame makes for a robust build and cleaver update to this slip joint pattern. The titanium slabs have a fine bead peen finish with faux bolster line terminating our laser etched topo pattern on the handle. The CPM 154 clip point is perfectly ground and finished in a hand rubbed satin. The blade joins the matching CPM 154 backspring perfectly for years of reliable use. There is no need to shy away from using this classic. The dimensions ensure a strong knife that is ready to work, but still carries easy in the pocket as the original was intended.
The “walk and talk” is the heart of every slip joint and Enrique’s precision tolerances shine through. A pronounced, deliberate half step opening remains smooth throughout the entire transition to fully open. Pocket carry is made easy with the included handmade leather sheath. Our logo is nested next to Pena’s at the base of the presentation side of the blade. Also included is a Peña zipper case for storage.
The Peña Lanny’s Clip is robust enough to handle all the chores you can ask of a pocket knife and elegant enough to admire when the work is done.
High hollow ground clip point CPM 154 blade with hand rubbed satin finish
Heat treated CPM 154 backspring w half stop slip joint
Custom titanium pivot and hardware
Blasted titanium handle slabs with laser etched topo pattern
Etched TAD Logo next to Peña logo, presentation side of blade
Handmade leather pocket sheath
Peña stitched zipper pouch
Enrique Peña has had a lifelong fascination with knives that led him to open his own shop in 2005 in Laredo, Texas. Known for traditional patterns of exceptional fit and finish, he has honed his craft making the classics. He credits his friend Armando Flores for helping him with his first knife. Later it was Bill Ruple and Rusty Preston that helped to refine his skills. Enrique is not only an exceptional knifemaker but a talented leather worker as well. He has recently be branching out into modern designs that retain classic elements and the superlative fit and finish he is known for.
Limit of 2 per customer.
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