“The deadliest predator is the one you cannot see.” - Evie Frye
The national martial art of Indonesia, Pencak Silat, is known around the world as a deadly blade art. The flow, mystique, and subtlety contained within the art captivate and enthrall all who watch it. Optimized for bladework, the art creates and exploits weaknesses in an opponent's movements.
The karambit originated in Indonesia. It’s not exactly known which came first — silat or the karambit — but the two work seamlessly together.
This wicked little blade is an adaptation of a traditional karambit. It has a safety ring and just enough edge to get the job done. It’s excellent for concealed carry, and in motion, it’s well-nigh impossible to see. It's small enough to carry without imprinting in a variety of ways.
The tactical black coating prevents light throw. The texture provides increased retention. The handle is ergonomic, and the included sheath makes carry a breeze. The Silat Spike is lightweight but tough as nails. You won’t know it’s there until you need it, and more importantly, neither will anyone else.