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Lansky's Roadie

Early on in my hunting career I learned a very valuable lesson—the only knife worth carrying is a sharp knife. Dull blades are not only a handicap in the field--they make the chore of dressing game more burdensome—but a liability. Twisting, turning, and straining to cut through meat and hide with a dull blade can result in an errant slip of the knife and a very serious injury. But what if you were running late heading to the woods and had no time to sharpen your blade? Who wants to carry a bulky sharpener to their stand? 

Lansky’s Roadie 

There are no more excuses for having a dull knife in the field 

Brad Fitzpatrick 

 

Early on in my hunting career I learned a very valuable lesson—the only knife worth carrying is a sharp knife. Dull blades are not only a handicap in the field—they make the chore of dressing game more burdensome—but a liability. Twisting, turning, and straining to cut through meat and hide with a dull blade can result in an errant slip of the knife and a very serious injury. But what if you were running late heading to the woods and had no time to sharpen your blade? Who wants to carry a bulky sharpener to their stand?

Lansky, the most trusted name in knife sharpening tools, has eliminated all excuses for having a dull knife with the introduction of their sleek, lightweight, affordable Roadie. The company claims that the Roadie, “contains more useful features per square inch than any other sharpener in the world.” I can’t unequivocally verify that claim, but I can promise you’d be hard-pressed to find a more versatile and compact tool for hunting. The 8-in-1 Roadie comes with a carbide sharpener set at the same angle as their popular Blademedic model, two screwdrivers (Phillips and flat head), a variable hex wrench, bottle opener, pry tool, and a line cutter. Best of all, the entire tool weighs just a few ounces and you can clip the included carabiner on a backpack or keychain so you can’t leave it behind. How much does such a versatile, lightweight tool cost? Just $7.99.  

 

When field-dressing game—even small game and birds—a knife blade can dull very quickly. That’s why the Roadie is so invaluable. You can touch up the blade quickly and easily and resume work with a freshly-sharpened blade. Additionally, the other tools that are included on the Roadie are useful in the field. You can perform minor repairs on your equipment like tightening quivers and sling screws or make adjustments to your optics—all with the same tool you use to sharpen your knife. About the only thing that’s lacking on the Roadie is a blade which, theoretically, you’ll already have.

The carabiner clip on the Roadie is very sturdy, which is important on a tool like this. My pack has an internal D-ring that is perfectly sized to fit a compact carabiner. That allows me to keep my sharpener and tools close at hand without running the risk of having the sharpener ripped off the pack by an errant bramble or limb. And, since my pack is usually close at hand while I’m skinning game, I can quickly and easily sharpen my knife as needed. The Roadie’s design works equally well with fillet knives, so you can remove it from your hunting pack in the spring and attach it to your tackle box or fly vest.

The Roadie is a must-have item for all hunters and outdoor enthusiasts. If you’re searching for the perfect holiday gift and don’t want to spend a great deal of money, then Lansky’s Roadie is the perfect option—a present that they’ll actually use.  

For more information visit www.lansky.com