If Zak is a pitiable bitch attached to a shadowy world of illusion and chained to the singular desire to eat your face, the ZT Vakra is a goddess of mercy come to deliver release. Rock the Vakra at the 5th chakra (said by the Hindus to reside at the throat) and Zak’s skull will be separated from the spinal column, and his reeking corpse from its desperate attachment to the world.
The ZT Vakra is modeled after the Nepali khukuri (or kukri), an ancient, time-tested design that, in the hands of the legendary Gurkha soldiers, has raised kingdoms and maintained empires, and is still in use today by Gurkha deployed around the globe, and back home as a ceremonial decapitator of water buffalo. The Vakra is a few inches longer than the standard blades you’ll find in the blade shops of Kathmandu, and a bit thinner in the spine, making her a quick and fiercely efficient cutter that can be wielded for day long bouts of Zak group therapy.
The blade’s aluminum slab grips are wrapped in high quality black leather, and you can rock the Vakra in a Kydex drop-sheath that loops over the belt and straps to the leg.