The Imlay™ rescue knife is based on the legendary Izula® pattern and designed to be attached to a PFD, harness or belt. The knife gets its name from a well-known technical slot canyon in Zion National Park that requires more than 40 rappels and negotiating numerous obstacles to complete. Developed by the ESEE team during their SAR, swiftwater, and recreational rope activities, the knife features a dull, blunted tip for safer use around tensioned ropes or rescue subjects, serrations to get through tough materials, double spine jimping for a more secure grip, skeletonized design to reduce size and weight, O2 slot, and 440C stainless steel for use in wet environments, as well as its excellent edge holding abilities.
The Imlay system includes the knife, sheath, clip plate, secondary retention device and nylon utility cord.
440C Stainless Steel construction resists corrosion in wet environments.
ESEE designed secondary retention strap and multiple carry options.
A portion of gross sales for the Imlay Rescue knife go to support operational costs of RAT-SAR (Randall's Adventure & Training Search and Rescue), a 501(c)3 non-profit, all volunteer search and rescue organization.