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SOG Specialty Knives and Tools F15-N 15-1/2-Inch Jungle Canopy Knife, Nylon Sheath

by SOG Specialty Knives
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)

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Product Features

  • Nylon sheath with accessory pouch
  • Lifetime Warranty
  • Repair or Replace Defective Items

Product Information

Technical Details
Part NumberF15-N
Product Dimensions42.4 x 9.7 x 4.6 cm
Item model numberF15-N
Item Package Quantity1
Number of Pieces1
Batteries Included?No
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #13,827 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.7 Kg
Date First AvailableSept. 13 2011
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Product Description

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An ideal tool for hunting, camping and soldiering, the F15-N Jungle Canopy knife showcases SOG's sophisticated style and quality construction. Featuring a molded Kraton handle and sleek straight edge, the jungle-style knife was designed outside the mainstream for technical excellence, ingenuity and affordability.

The SOG Specialty Knives F15-N Jungle Canopy offers:
  • A straight edge with a satin finish
  • A textured Kraton rubber handle
  • Includes a nylon sheath
Jungle Canopy Drop Point Blade
Jungle Canopy Drop Point Blade Design. Click here for a larger image
Versatile Construction Meets Military-Grade Needs

The F15-N is a versatile small machete. The 10-inch, 8Cr13MoV stainless steel blade features a sleek design that is both sensible and functional. On the back of the blade is a long thumb notch for precision handling. The knife handle features hammer checkering on the bottom for precise placement when pounding, and a sleek satin finish on the blade.

Ergonomic, Lightweight Design Ensures Comfortable Use

Even if your knife is sharp, it's hard to make precise cuts when it doesn't fit comfortably in your hand. That's why this knife features a unique, molded Kraton handle. The handle features SOG's unique DigiGrip texturing, which gives you gripping power where you need it most. At just 19.4 ounces, the F15-N is lightweight and easy to carry anywhere.

This knife is backed by a lifetime warranty that protects against defects in manufacturing and materials.

About SOG: Strong, Innovative Specialty Tools

SOG originally stood for Studies and Observation Group, an elite military services group designed to handle covert operations during the Vietnam War. SOG Specialty Knives and Tools was founded in the spirit of this elite group and became the first knife manufacturer to offer an expanded line that included fixed blades, folding knives and multipurpose tools.

Each SOG product is created with the help of company founder and chief engineer, Spencer Frazer. Known for their uncompromising style and performance, these knives and tools showcase innovation, dependability and a unique, futuristic style that has garnered awards and recognition worldwide. SOG products have also won favor among law enforcement, military and industrial customers that rely on their tools to perform flawlessly in the toughest, most adverse conditions.

What's in the Box

F15-N Jungle Canopy knife and nylon sheath.

Product Description

Jungle Canopy, Nylon Sheath

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4.0 out of 5 stars not bad. July 22 2013
By Damascus TOP 1000 REVIEWER
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this is a big camp knive....a tool , the scarbard is very cheap it cost me more than the Kershaw 1077 camp 10 knive and it is not as well made, it will stil fit the bill, it will be put to work maybe then i will like it more, i would still recomend it for anyone on a limited budget that wants a large camp knive that will not rust.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing knife for the price Dec 24 2012
By Trevor
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This knife blade is a little thicker and a touch longer than the SOG Jungle Primitive. Same hollow grind and same handle as the other SOG Jungle knives. This is the ultimate knife for batoning or chopping. Knife has a great weight to it as well. Would definitely buy this knife again if I lost mine.
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Amazon.com: 4.3 out of 5 stars  19 reviews
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Awesome large survival knife July 13 2012
By Adam Clarke - Published on Amazon.com
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If you're looking for a large survival knife, the Jungle Canopy deserves serious consideration. At 1lb 9.625oz, it's definitely not a light blade, but if you can take the weight, this is a seriously versatile large trail/camp knife. It is much more versatile than an axe or hatchet, and safer to use as well. It also allows much more fine control than an axe, which can be critical in fire building, especially in extremely cold conditions. The knife has a good amount of heft, making it a good chopper, and it batons through logs like butter. The blade is made from 8Cr13Mov steel, and is fairly strong and rust resistant, although as with any steel, maintenance will extend your service life. It is also fairly thick at a full 1/4", and will stand up to a lot of abuse. There is a bit of gimping on the forward portion of the spine of the blade, more than likely for traction when using the blade for pull carving. The kraton handle is very comfortable in hand, and the hook-shapes swell at the far end aids in gripping toward the end of the blade, increasing your leverage for a heavier chop. The three holes through the handle allow for either lanyard attachment or lashing the knife to a pole for an effective makeshift spear. There is also a hammer pommel that can be used with a fire starter, or as a glass breaker in a pinch. Add in the quality of the SOG name, and you'd be foolish not to consider this knife in your search for a large survival blade.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Too good not to review June 1 2012
By Pen Name - Published on Amazon.com
Purchaced at academey and all i can say is dont listen to the other review the blade is THICK almost a QUARTER inch thick at its thickest point!!!! You would have to put this thing in a vice then slam a sledge hammer into this beast to bend it, even then good luck, ive abused this thing by chopping through multiple THICK branches and the knife asks for more, this baby is sharp and the blade has yet to nick or dull despite all the abuse, having abused and owened this beast its hard to believe the other reviewer even has this knife, sog jungle canopy has far exeded my expectations, and thats rare
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Not bad for the price Dec 27 2012
By Reallybigmonkey1 - Published on Amazon.com
Ive had my Jungle Canopy for over one year now. Im not going to say its the greatest blade out there because theres better. If you consider price or if youre on a tight budget, this is the blade to get. Think of it as more of a small machete than a knife and youll be happy with it. Mine has held an edge fairly well and the blade hasnt chipped. You have to be careful when putting the blade in the sheath or youll cut the strap off. The sheath feels comfortable to wear even when hiking through the bush.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Needs better steel Aug. 24 2013
By thomas - Published on Amazon.com
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I loved the shape on this knife. In fact the overall design is great, its a great size, the handle was comfortable, it chopped and batoned great, came razor sharp, had a great weight, and I could go on for days about the good things about this knife. But unfortunately it has some huge downfalls. The knife i got either had a bad heat treat or the steel sog is using is completely inappropriate for a knife of this size. After using it as a lite machete for about 20 minutes (chopping through some thorns vines and small branches) there were 2 chips out of the blade maybe the size of grits or grains of sand. I chalked it up to a bit of burning during the grinding process, and reasoned that if I sharpened out the chips maybe it would help. Then a few weeks later i cut down a dead cedar tree. After making firewood with an axe I thought maybe I could try batoning with this knife. Well it preformed great on logs about 5 inches in diameter, and I went through 2 logs with this knife. Then I chopped down a small pine sapling (it was dead and in the way). This knife did very well at chopping, I chalk that up to the great blade shape and balance. Then I inspected the edge. about 5 chips along the blade, with several spots rolled. At least its easy to sharpen right? But I did not baton through any ironwood, just old dead ceder. This knife should of easily handled these tasks. Why didn't sog use a decent carbon steel for this knife? I don't hate stainless but I've found carbon steel works much better for larger blades due to its inherent toughness (if heat treated right). Moreover, I would not trust this knife in a survival situation. I cant imagine how damaged the blade would be if I put it through any hard use. So i would sum it up like this, great design, crap steel. just use old spring steel or simple 1095. raise the price 10$ if you need to, I would buy a knife with this great design if it used a better steel. For now I'll try to bring the edge back to a usable condition, and see how it does after some TLC. But I'm never going to bring it into a situation where i have to rely heavily on my knife.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Average May 11 2013
By JJ - Published on Amazon.com
Let me start by saying that I have an extensive collection of knives, and I appreciate a well built knife for a low price, which this definitely is. When I first got it I was amazed by its size and heft. It feels perfect in your hand, and this is largely due to its comfortable handle. It is comfortable to use for extended periods of time. It came very sharp from the factory. Overall it just seems like you are getting a whole lot of quality knife for a low price.

When I first got it, I used it for some typical tasks you would expect a knife like this to be able to do, such as chopping small wood, cutting things, etc. It excelled at these and I was especially impressed by how well it held its edge after chopping through many pieces of wood. It was still very sharp.

Although I was hesitant to, I even threw it a little bit, and it did well at this also. I am aware that throwing knives that aren't designed for throwing is a quick way to get a broken knife, but I did it anyways because it was so inexpensive.

So up until this point all was going well. I was really happy with the knife, especially for the price. So I decided to take it on a camping trip with some of my buddies. We used it for multiple things, including chopping, throwing, and even skinning a large copperhead we killed. They were all impressed with the knife, as was I. But then I was chopping some more wood with it when all of a sudden a chunk of the blade just broke off. It was a large chunk and it was a rather odd shape also. I wasn't really upset, mainly because of the price, and if we had been in a survival situation, it would have definitely still worked, but overall it was just weird how it broke. Also, the handle was starting to come apart, which wasn't a surprise at all considering my past experiences with very soft handles, which have always started to come apart after some abuse.

I guess in conclusion, just know what you are getting. A good, low-priced knife that can take a little bit of abuse, but you will ultimately have to be careful with it or it will break. It is definitely not one you can beat the crap out of. But if you just want a cool, low-priced knife mainly for looks, then it is definitely the knife for you.
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