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A robust everyday carry with natural charmPowerful 3 7/8" 3Cr13 stainless steel bladeVersatile modified drop point blade profileSmooth, effortless blade deploymentHandsomely figured pakkawood handlePocket clip, lanyard hole, thumb studsClosed length: 5"
Timber Wolf's Hinterland Pocket Knife boasts an outstanding feel right out of the box - like a well worn baseball mitt or familiar gun stock. This is thanks in part to its ergonomically shaped handle - part silky smooth, part delightfully textured. The pakkawood handle features breathtaking figure and grain, fused with rock-solid durability and weather resistance. Two convenient finger grooves afford a no-slip, fatigue-reducing grip, and the gun stock-style diamond checkering along the top arch adds a touch of elegance to this tough folder. For all its good looks and incredible feel, it's the Hinterland's stout 3 7/8" 3Cr13 stainless steel blade that makes it worth its salt - around the house, deep in back country and every locale in between. The blade features a unique modified drop point profile that makes the Hinterland a veritable jack of all trades - great for skinning, challenging cleaving jobs and especially well suited to slicing. Convenient thumb studs on both sides of the blade allow for remarkably smooth opening - a flick of the wrist and a nudge of the thumb stud is all it takes to send it flying open at lightning speed. The liner lock secures the blade in the open position for safety and stability, even during vigorous use in harsh environments. At 5" closed, the Hinterland is robust, while still fitting easily in jeans pockets. A handy lanyard hole at the back of the handle and pocket clip on the reverse allows for multiple carrying options, as well. An everyday carry with the charm and allure of a fine display piece, Timber Wolf's Hinterland Pocket Knife is a terrific value and a fantastic choice for countless cutting jobs, large and small.
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I never write reviews, but when this knife arrived today I was blown away by its beauty, ergonomic design, craftsmanship, sharpness, and ease of use. The picture doesn't do it justice; the wood is much more attractive than it appears. I have about 75 EDC knives: Kershaw, CRKT, Boker Magnum, Benchmade, Spyderco, Ontario, you name it, and this is one of the nicest knives I've ever added to my collection. At $8 it's a terrific buy. And I bought it during a free shipping promotion. Thanks, BudK.
This is a pretty knife. It was a little bigger than I expected but that's not a bad thing. I love the blade design!
I can’t believe this knife was only $8. It’s easily worth at least 4 to 5 times that much. It’s a really handsome looking knife. The beautifully grained pakkawood even gives it a luxurious feel (like it cost a lot more money). What really surprised me was it’s action: for an inexpensive knife, it opens and closes as smooth as silk. (Note: a little “breaking in” was required at first.) Handling this knife with one hand is no problem at all. The value of this inexpensive knife is truly hard to beat!