Chaves Ultramar Street Scapegoat Black G-10 Belt Finish Blade

Sale priceR 6,195.00


Chaves Ultramar knives from Ramon Chavez are manufactured in China by Reate Knives aimed to bring his amazing knives to a wider audience base. There are a variety of different models including a production Street version of his famous Redencion knife that is iconic in the knife world. Each feels like one of his mid-tech offerings and features his signature titanium skull pocket clip. They are perfect for everyday carry and Reate has managed to recreate Ramon's incredible action perfectly so they flip just like the real thing!

The Scapegoat Street is a completely different design from the norm for Ramon, similar to the Sangre model but with a clip point blade and no finger groove in the handle. It's really the only Chaves design without this, yet it still has one on the blade for fine detail work. We must tell you we don't miss it at all, this is one comfortable folding knife. The frame lock features a replaceable lockbar insert and the knife is complete with a partial titanium backspacer. If Ramon Chavez has been on your wish list for a while but remains outside your price point, then check out a Chaves Ultramar. For the money, there isn't a better mid-tech type production knife that we can think of.


  • Blade Length: 8.61 cm
  • Closed Length: 11.09 cm
  • Overall Length: 19.71 cm
  • Blade Material: M390 Stainless steel
  • Blade Thickness: 4 mm
  • Blade Style: Clip Point
  • Blade Grind: Hollow
  • Blade Finish: Belt Satin
  • Handle Material: Black G10 with Stonewashed Titanium Lock
  • Locking Mechanism: Frame Lock
  • Pivot Assembly: Bearings
  • Pocket Clip: Stonewashed Titanium (Tip-Up, Right Carry)
  • Designer: Ramon Chavez
  • Titanium Backspacer
  • Replaceable Lockbar Insert/Overtravel Arrestor
  • Additional Pocket Clip Included
  • Made by Reate Knives in China
  • Parallel Import: No

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Chunky yet surprisingly small

Ergonomics and action are great. The titanium lock side has an ever so slight almost tumbled finish.
The G10 scale is grippy, but not overly abrasive.
The blade feels very robust and came razor sharp. The knife as a whole, although a bit chunky, is smaller than I thought it would be.
The detent is nice and strong ensuring that the blade fires out and locks up firmly whether you thumb or middle finger flick it.
I think with a lot of pocket time, the clip will be a bit of a fabric eater,
but you can ease that by lifting the clip ever so slightly with your finger when putting it in or taking it out of your pocket.
All in all... a very nice knife.

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