Fixed Adamas® Family - Tactical Knives
A skeletonized fixed blade with a paracord handle wrap, molded jump rated sheath and Tek-lok™ attachment system. A portion of the proceeds from these knives are donated to Three Rangers and to the Navy SEAL Foundation; both organizations benefiting the members and families of special operations. MOLLE® compatible. Made in USA.
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I love the options for mounting and customizing. Absolute favorite blade.
Really Cool and Functional Knife
Great knife and worth every penny!
I’ve owned this knife for 3 years, I’ve never had to sharpen it. I’ve used it for hiking, backpacking, fishing, cooking, and domestic uses. I keep it in my car so I always have it with me. The sheath is really well made and secures the blade well even after being used hundreds of times. I highly recommend this knife, it’s worth the money. None of my other knives really compare to this knife, even ones near this price range. It’s a really well made simple design, that (in my opinion) can’t be beat.
This is a strong, lightweight, lethal, and beautiful knife. Another winner from my favorite knife company.
My favorite Benchmade
This knife holds an incredible edge. I too did something stupid and ended up with some stitches. I had no doubt as to the sharpness of the knife and knew without even looking that krazy glue wasn't going to fix anything I had just done to my hand. I'd give ten stars if I could. Only my ZT flippers have drawn more blood than my adamas!
This knife is absolutely outstanding, from tip to tail. Perfect blade shape and size, super strong one-piece construction, perfect grip after wrapping the handle properly with (included) paracord, and a very decent weigth for a knife of this construction. Moreover, the sheath has an increadible design also, it has huge retention (even without the strap) and is so hard and solid that the Adamas does an excellent impact weapon with the sheath on, giving it a non-lethal option.
Serious Sibert Design
I must admit I only considered this knife because it benefits the Navy SEAL Foundation. It didn't look like Sibert had done anything special, but I was wrong. This is a serious work knife. I have beat on it with rocks to split kindle, sawed furiously and cut so much with the fine edge that I'm beginning to wonder how it can keep such a keen edge with work that would be considered abuse to a lesser knife. I did change my handle wrap to a 1mm Kevlar cord; I think this gives the knife a much better feel than the paracord and seems to stay drier.
Knife you can trust
After a few years of not being in the Benchmade game I decided to purchase my next (second) Benchmade. I love a good fixed blade and decided to check out the 375 adamas. Lets just say the video Benchmade showed on you tube got me. First thought, this is the ugliest knife ever. A few days later I headed up to my cabin for some much needed yard work and decided to see what my new knife could take. Needles to say what I've done to this knife it should have broken a long time ago (I've only managed to scratch the paint). I have not needed to sharpen it since it is still hair shaving sharp after a year and a half of hard use. Its one knife I never leave home without when going backpacking. Its one knife you can trust to never let you down. It is by far my favorite Benchmade and my favorite and most used knife in my collection.
Great fixed blade
I carry this knife on my lower back when patrolling. It's comfortable, easy to reach, and an impressive blade. Fits comfortable in my hand, stays sharp, sharpens even more easily, and is well balanced.
Hard working knife
Hardest working fixed blade I have ever had.