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Enoch - OD Green

by Hoback, Jake

SKU 1048787

Date Added 06/27/2022

# Available 1

Price $195.00


Designing this knife was a challenge. I have spent the last 20 years designing and making knives with only one thing in mind... cost doesn't matter!  Well, if you've been in that mindset for years, it's rather difficult to look at something and think "OK how do I keep this design within my boundaries but get the cost down?"  I spent a lot of time thinking through how we make things and our materials, process and speed.

So through some very creative manufacturing processes, using G10 a lot instead of titanium, and using some off-sized materials that are less expensive, I was able to bring the cost of this knife down substantially.

Another goal was to design this knife to be ageless.  I wanted to use a drop point with a swedge, which is a very usable blade shape that lends itself well to just about any task.  I kept the tip of the knife in line with the end of the handle, which gives it superb handling and a solid feel in the hand while cutting.

Overall, I hope this will be a solid winner in your pocket!


Blade: 0.15625" Thick, CPM-20CV, Grey Stonewash Finish
Blade Length: 3.125”
Handle Scale: 0.08" Thick, OD Green G10
Lock Side Liner:  Stainless Steel, Gray Stonewash
Show Side Liner: Titanium, Grey Stonewash
Backspacer:  OD Green G10
Overall Length: 7.35”
Closed Length: 4.225”
Overall Thickness: 0.492"
Carry Option: Tip Up Right/Left-Handed
Weight: 3.1 oz.

Other Features:

  1. Anti-Rotational Pivot
  2. 3D-Machined Sculpted Handles
  3. Caged Bearings
  4. Stainless Steel Pocket Clip
  5. Stainless Steel Hardware

Comes with original box and COA. Excellent condition.

Product Details

Blade Length 3.125

Overall Length 7.375

Closed Length 4.25

Weight (oz) 3

Source Previously owned

Additional Specs

Knife Type Tip Up Carry, Tip Up Clip

Blade Material 20CV

Blade Details Straight Back

Handle Material G10

About the Maker

Hoback, Jake
Hoback, Jake

Jake Hoback had a variety of jobs and experiences before turning to full-time knife making and becoming a prominent figure in the industry. He studied and worked as a fish and wildlife scientific technician, was a machinist at a turbine engine company, and fabricated rock-crawling 4x4s. Jake started creating knives in 1990 in his back yard, pounding them out on a huge chunk of steel with a framing hammer and fence post nails. By 2003, Jake had sold his very first knife, and in 2009 started making knives full-time from his workshop in Northern Idaho. Jake has learned many techniques and skills from other knife makers throughout the years, but his initial work was completely self-taught. Jake’s knives are known for many innovative features, including the Hoback Roller Detent (HRD), internal lightening pockets, hardened stainless lock inserts, hardened bearing races, and smooth blade movement with no blade play. Jakes specializes in folding and fixed blade knives; but he especially enjoys the thought, design, and engineering that goes into folders.

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