The outdoor adventure knife, entirely re-imagined.
The Redstone is designed to be a compact and lightweight outdoor knife that you’ll bring along anywhere the trail may take you. With our new island design concept, the Redstone allows for a finger to rest between the islands, providing superior grip, especially for a smaller knife. The Redstone is built around a one-piece die-stamped chassis which makes it incredibly strong, reducing the overall number of parts. The Redstone features our TJB Slide-Lock design for secure lock-up and easy one-handed use. The Redstone features a Sandvik 12C27 stainless steel for high corrosion resistance and great edge retention and has our very first bent-wire clip, it’s the lightest and simplest clip possible.
Well made, great design, one-handed opening and closing is clutch. Definitely recommend, would love to see it in a slightly larger size.
Very well made.
Has become my EDC knife. Also the bright colors make it easy to spot if dropped.
Fantastic first knife
I heard about the brand from a podcast as someone was opening up some boxes and I realized I didn't have a pocket knife and wanted to get one to keep on my person. I'm a huge fan of the slide-lock mechanism as I can close the knife and my fingers never get anywhere near the blade. My hand is a bit small to operate it one handed, but I'm sure I could if I practiced enough. The Coral & Turquoise colorway is fantastic and seemed true to screen. The clip is great and I've had no issues there. Very happy with my purchase and I will definitely consider another James Brand knife in the future.
Straight to the point
Love love love my new Redstone. I'm a member of Ski Patrol and I was looking for a tough little lighter weight knife to carry that also didn't look too beefy or "tactical" like a lot of other knives out there. I love the style of the Redstone and that it doesn't seem to take itself too seriously while still doing the task it was intended to do. Also, can't beat the price for the craftsmanship and quality coming out of The James Brand.