Turbine Engine Boot Blade

By: on April 16, 2014
Turbine Engine Boot Blade
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TSA isn't going to like this EDC blade attached to your boot, but that incredibly hot chick in purple yoga pants who just noticed a wad of gum congealed to her shoe as she removed it for the X-ray belt probably will. After you scrape it off for her she might even leave the security line and, like, give you a blowjob in an airport utility closet before you figure out how to check your Vvego T-1 and she catches her flight back to Salt Lake City.

Fashioned from Inconel and built from a real turbine engine blade, the T-1 Boot Blade employs the same super alloy used on the skin of the X-15 rocket and Saturn V booster to perform everyday and tactical/survival tasks alike. Use it to slash through boxes and shrink wrap or as a makeshift butchering tool when complications with the IRS force you to leave civilization and Big Bore blowgun down squirrels and chipmunks for dinner.

Vvego's boot blade weighs less than 1 ounce and was crafted to curve comfortably under the thumb during both right- and left-handed use. T-1s come with the pictured leather holster and coated aircraft cable lanyard. They measure about 1-3/8" x 1-3/8".

The turbine engine boot blade is a top Dude Gift for a Man pick.