The June Bug
Everyday Use – Utility – Work
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The Emerson June Bug
Introducing the Emerson June Bug. Now, I don't know if cute was a word I've ever used to describe one of my knives, but in this case for the Emerson June Bug, cute seems to be a pretty appropriate description. This little knife is probably our ultimate EDC presentation.
Overall, it's just under five and a half inches long. It's got a 2.3-inch blade and a 3.2-inch handle and that makes it perfect for everyday carry use. It fits snuggly down in the pocket or with the Emerson clip, it can be carried just like one of our other knives clipped to your pocket. It has a Wharncliffe-style blade with a straight, razor-sharp edge.
Now, I know that I called this knife cute, and it is on the smaller side of anything we've ever done. In fact, it might be the smallest knife we've ever made, but don't underestimate its cutting performance. Don’t kid yourself, this is a real deal knife because after all, when all is said and done, it's still an Emerson.
Standoff Spacers have been standard on all Emerson Knife models since 2014. Any knife ordered from our site from that year will receive one of these models.
Lanyard Holes serve one purpose: attaching a paracord lanyard if you choose to get one. We get asked that question quite a lot!
The Thumb Button is there so that you may open the knife single handedly . Specifically with your thumb. Some people are naturals at it and some have to learn. Either way, it's very useful.
WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm – www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
|Material & Grind|
|Grind||Double V Grind|
|Blade Length||2.3 Inch|
|Handle Length||3.2 Inch|