Gerber Freescape Camp Kitchen Knife

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

The guys at Gerber know that chef’s knives are much too delicate to tote along during your outdoor excursion, which is why they’ve built the rugged Freescape Camp Kitchen Knife.

All the features you love from kitchen knives at home, but built for the great outdoors. The knife was inspired by a Santoku’s chef’s knife, and feature a modified sheepsfoot point and flat belly that will serve you well in both the backcountry and the kitchen. The fine straight edge knife features a full tang construction built from high grade 7Cr17Mov steel, and weighs just 6.5 ounces. The textured rubber grip ensures a firm handle in any climate, and the included sheath with belt loop means the blade never has to leave your side – there’s even a lanyard hole if that’s more your style. And when you’re camping trip is complete, just toss the knife right into the dishwasher. [Purchase]

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