The Gerber Freescape Camp Kitchen Knife, inspired by a Santoku chef’s knife, possesses a modified sheepsfoot point and flat belly for accurate food prep that travels to camp so well it could be considered a camp knife. In fact, it’s both. While this solid 6 ½ ounce knife, with its fine straight edge, excels at food-related tasks, the full tang construction of high grade steel ensures it will stand up to an impressive range of campsite duties beyond that of the camp kitchen, from cutting through twine or cord to feathering sticks.
The Freescape Camp Kitchen Knife’s rubberized handle and steel blade do what a lot of camp knives don’t. Its potential to be sterilized at high temperatures in a dishwasher makes the Freescape Camp Kitchen Knife all the more family-friendly for anything from at-home kitchen application to camping, day-camp picnicking, and hikes.
Keep the super-grippy rubberized Freescape textured handle firmly in the hand no matter the conditions. With bright green accents along the black rubber surface, it draws just the right amount of attention to itself so as not to get lost in the shuffle of camp gear. A durable sheath keeps the knife safe and near at hand on a belt loop or in a gear bag, and a convenient lanyard hole offers additional insurance for safe transport.
- Folding or Fixed Blade: Fixed
- Blade Steel: 7Cr17MoV steel
- Handle Material: Rubber
- Blade Shape: Modified sheepsfoot
- Serrated: No
- Carry Options: Sheath
- Blade Finish: Black stainless
- Rockwell Hardness: Not listed by manufacturer
- Blade Length: 3.8"
- Blade Thickness: Not listed by manufacturer
- Overall Length: 9.1"
- Weight: 6.5 oz.