A kitchen knife is an essential tool in any field chef’s arsenal, and Emerson, alongside a number of other outdoor-oriented blade proprietors, has been showing a keen interest in the cooking space this year. Following the release of the company’s Carnivore steak knife earlier this summer, the established knifemaker is returning, once again, with the Carver — a purposeful instrument that’s primed to make your meat-oriented endeavors even more effortless.
Staying true to its name, the brand’s newest knife was created to help the chef with meat carving tasks, and includes a 5.9-inch saber-style blade, ergonomic design, and drop-tip to assist with precise cuts. For this iteration, Emerson has opted to return to its roots with a 154CM stainless steel blade, pairing nicely with the knife’s pronounced thumb ramp and finger guard. Like most of the company’s offerings, a Richlite handle and Stone Washed finish — visible from the blade’s buffalo leather sheath — give the tool a decidedly utilitarian aura. Head to the company’s website for more information on the $280 Carver — and be sure to check out their other Signature Series offerings before you go.