GiantMouse has announced the release of the new ACE Corta in natural canvas Micarta, green canvas Micarta, and black G10. The Corta draws inspiration from the limited edition GM6, which launched in 2019.

ACE Corta Designed For Outdoor Use

Designers Jens Ansø and Jesper Voxnaes repurposed the GM6 into a longer, lighter folder, more suited for the outdoors and everyday tasks. Once you get the Corta in hand and flip it open, you’ll feel the function that was designed into this knife. The “Corta” (conjugation of “cortar,” meaning “to cut”) is a small stout flipper with a pointy but strong blade that fires open like a rocket.

The simple but beautiful lines of the Corta are a nod to Vox and Ansø’s Nordic heritage. The flat, saber grind, combined with the blade’s sleek lines with straight back and classic edge line, give the blade an almost fang like look. The new ACE Corta features a brass backspacer paired with a Böhler M390 MICROCLEAN stainless steel blade.

The knife is available with black G10 handle scales (shown) as well as green and natural Micarta.

The ACE Corta Comes In 3 Blade Finishes

Each version comes with a different blade finish: the green canvas model is stonewashed, the natural canvas has a satin blade, and the black G10 sports a PVD finish. The blade length is 3.1 inches (78mm), measured from tip to forward-most aspect of the frame, and is 0.138 inches (3.5mm) thick. The handle is 4.18 inches (106mm) long, giving the knife an overall length of 7.3 inches (185mm) when open. The natural and green canvas versions weigh 3.8 ounces (107.8g), and the black G10 weighs in a little heavier at 4 ounces (113.4g). The MSRP for the GiantMouse ACE Corta is $195.

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