images (1)This Knife is a blade to fear!  Outstanding REVIEW on the Ares – Fighter Knife.  Share it!!

Who and what is Ares?  Do you know he is the Greeks “God of War!”  That’sright!  The most feared Greek God but also, Ares was viewed as a model soldier: his resilience, physical strength, and military intelligence were unrivaled.  That goes the same for this knife! Spartan Blades forged this awesome knife from battled ridden warhorses to make this Ares fighter combat utility blade.


As a Special Operations Instructor, I have found over the years different knife companies want the best for Americas Elite Units.  Some have come far and can withstand the world’s toughest terrain.  But fighting with knives there has only been one that I have found that is really up to its name, and that is from Spartan Blades “Ares.”  Check out what Spartan Blades have to say:

Product Description

Ares (Arês) – a fitting name for this knife, Ares in Greek mythology was the son of Zeus and Hera, the god of savage war, bloodlust and slaughter personified on the battle field.  “Ares” is manufactured for the modern warrior as a military fighting / utility knife with several distinctive features to assist the serious military professional.This knife was specifically engineered for and with the input of U.S. Special Operations Forces and Other Government Agencies. (Shown in photo with Enyo – sold separately)


Knife Name:  Ares

Designer’s:  Iovito/Carey

Overall Length: 10 1/2″

Blade Length: 5 3/8”

Blade Thickness:  3/16”

Blade Steel:  CPM S35VN

Blade Hardness:  59-60 HRC

Blade Style:  Fixed Drop Point—this design allows for strength of the blades tip by placing it in line with the users hand while keeping the upward curve of the cutting edge.

Coating: SpartaCoat – PVD – DLC “Flat Black” or ZrN “Flat Dark Earth”

Handle Material: CE Canvas Micarta® – Black or Green

Weight: 0.422 LBS

ares-fighterAre you the knife fighter?  Well in part 2 we use the Spartan Blade Ares in fighting.  So head over to Spartan Blades and pick one up for the lesson in part 2,  Stand-by!

Until next time……………



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