The Off-Grid Tracker-X Update Finally Landed

The Long Awaited Tracker-X2 Delivers Everything Fans of the Original Version Asked For

The original Tracker-X was the knife that first put Off-Grid on our radar here at NBK. We were impressed with its carry options, toughness and performance in the field. This knife gained a cult following pretty fast that helped fuel the growth of Off-Grid Knives.

The new Tracker-X ships with a sheath that sits lower on the hip.
The Tracker-X V2 ships with a sheath that rides lower on the hip which makes it more comfortable to carry on hiking or hunting excursions.

We knew Off-Grid’s owner, Cary Oreface, was working on a new version with updates based on feedback from customers, and we have been waiting somewhat patiently for the drop. Well it finally landed. The new Tracker-X pretty much checks all the boxes we could have asked for. Actually we did ask for them in our review of the original Tracker-X.

The Tracker V2 changes include the following:

  • The sheath sits lower on the hip for a more comfortable carry.
  • The kydex sheath has been changed to a taco style with a thumb ramp for a faster draw.
  • The blade has a full flat grind rather than a sabre grind.
  • The handle has been slimmed down and heavily chamfered for a more ergonomic feel.

The Tracker-X V2 is available in Blackwash or Stonewash versions.

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Ben started a twenty year commercial photography career after a blurry stint in the navy. He spent a lot of time losing and breaking knives and other EDC gear on location shoots before starting Nothing But Knives. He has reviewed and tested hundreds of both outdoor and kitchen knives over the course of the last six years, and he was mostly sober while testing and reviewing.

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