Gerber® L.S.T.® Ultralight Knife
LST: Light, Smooth, and Tough. Introduced in 1980, this knife features a fiberglass-filled nylon handle, carbon steel blades, and exceptional durability and light weight. 2'' blade.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by EarthContours very satisfied was concerned about the size of the blade at first, I have cut woven construction fabric, feed, fertilizer and seed bags, and cut the insulation off copper wire for an emergency trailer wiring project and its still holding a great edge. Best of all, I dont even know that it's in my pocket due to size and weight. January 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by cpbFL Another great from Gerber! Love it! I had an Ultralight years ago but my son dropped it in the water while bass fishing. I tried a few other small knives but none could compare to the Gerber. I bought two this time! August 1, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Paladin Perfect in the pocket I carried one of these for many years. It is so small and light that you won't notice it. It will feel like you are carrying a half-dollar. It is useful for small tasks like cutting open a box, trimming string from clothing, etc. I now carry a larger knife one since I lost my LST. I recently gave one to my wife to carry in her purse. Now I don't hear, "Do you have your little knife on you? I need to use it." July 30, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nebraskan92 Gerber LST Models Recently purchased a Gerber LST II. It came out of the box sharp enough to skin with (although maybe only one rabbit or squirrel), and in good condition. The knife locks about halfway through the opening, which can slow you down slightly, but once it locks for a secound time the knifes sturdy enough that it wont wiggle or move at all, to the point of you breaking the knife. Only real setbacks are the handle isent very sturdy, and looks like it would give into large amounts of pressure, and squeezing the knife to tightly in the wrong area will realise the lock. Comes with grip on the sides and a hole large enough to fit decent cord through, and holds an edge well. March 9, 2008