In Denmark they say: “A knife-less man is a lifeless man.” Except, you know, in Danish. In any language, the message is clear: A man without a knife is not just unprepared—he’s not fully himself. The Gerber Cohort can help, thanks to a minimalist design that keeps it ultra light and out of sight when carried, but fully capable when necessity rears its head.
Everything You Need, Nothing You Don’t
Sometimes, it’s what’s left out that counts. Stripped of all unnecessary features that might weigh it down, the Cohort features a sleek, anodized aluminum handle, gram-shaving open frame design, and dual thumb stubs for quick, secure one-handed deployment. Slim-bodied, with a distinctive open frame design, this clip folder is an ideal daily carry knife that’s solid in the hand.
Little Things Count
Invisible when you don’t need them, indispensible when you do, the Cohort’s details stand out for their minimalism. The 3-inch fine edge drop point blade cuts, pries and performs on command, while the Liner Lock mechanism holds the blade firmly in place, requiring just a simple and efficient one-handed engagement to release. At 2.6 ounces, it’s featherlight in both your pocket and in use, but it works like a middleweight when needed.
Goes Wherever You Do
A removable pocket clip lets you carry the Cohort easily in your pocket, or secure it to a bag for easy access. A lanyard hole means you can attach the cordage of your choice for added security and easy location.