If you can only take a single knife with you into the wilderness, Timber Wolf's "Bushtracker" is a superb choice. Eye-catching and versatile, the full tang 1095 carbon steel blade features a distinctive profile with multiple edges, each of which is suited to specific tasks. The front portion is oversized and robust, perfect for chopping, skinning and other especially rigorous jobs. Slightly concave and distinct from the front edge, the rear edge is great for more delicate tasks like debarking wood, slicing root vegetables and more. Even the spine boasts plenty of utility, with its craggy row of saw-like serrations. The entire blade is shrouded in a nonreflective black anodized coating, which boosts stealth and corrosion resistance. In spite of the blade's stout build, the Bushtracker is extraordinarily well-balanced and easy to control, thanks in part to the ergonomically contoured handle. Made of burlap Micarta, the handle is an intriguing array of intersecting lines that - as the material's name suggests - recalls burlap or muslin cloth. The distinctive figure is the result of burlap Micarta's unique internal structure, comprised of crisscrossing Micarta fibers. In addition to looking cool, this overlapping structure imparts incredible strength and resilience - unmatched by wood, plastics and other more common knife handle materials. Venture beyond the noisy streets of the city. Trek further than the placid farms of the countryside. Track your way into the deepest, darkest recesses of the bush and explore the territory you've been missing. Order Timber Wolf's Bushtracker Knife today and forge ahead to new lands - in both the natural world and the world of cutlery.