The Minimum XS was designed as the EDC version of its larger brother, the Minimum 75. As its name implies, it’s as minimal and compact as it gets. Yet, the design is so masterful and well thought out that it feels and cuts like a much larger knife.

This is largely due to the astute design choices employed. The full-flat ground sheepsfoot blade was chosen to compensate for its diminutive size, because the wider blade allows for more strength and versatility, while also being more socially acceptable and less intimidating in an urban setting. The handles are made from solid 6AL4V titanium with a mirror convex shape for increased comfort and enhanced grip.