Just like me... 9 inches of hardened steel and sex appeal.
We've got my standard 1/8" thick 1084 High Carbon Steel hardened and tempered to around 55RC on the blade and dead soft on the spine and handle. Differential heat treat is FUN.
Zebrawood handles, brown g10 liners with brass pins and a 420 stainless steel lanyard tube.
It's got a zero scandi grind that's been slightly convexed for optimal wood splitting performance while at the same time maintaining a superior cutting edge. This blade fell a tree with only some light batonning. It also survived testing as a railroad spike. I took a 4 pound sledge and drove it all the way into a tree stump. From there, I had to smash it again with the sledge on the tang to even get it close to dislodged. After all the testing, the only damage done was cosmetic. A few passes over a scotch brite belt cleaned it all up and it's good to go.
I am head over heels in love with this thing, and it's gonna be on my belt every time I go out hiking or camping.