Case Knives Peach Seed Jig Chrome Vanadium Canoe Folding Knife - Amber Bone. This Canoe is a part of the Amber Bone Family. The Amber Bone color and Peach Seed jig are signatures of the Case brand and the true heart of the case line. The Canoe knife get its name from its canoe-like shaped handle. This durable folding knife features two blades on opposing ends, the spear blade and the pen blade. The spear blade is used as a heavy-duty utility tool and great for piercing. The pen blade is great for light work and good for sharpening.
The Canoe knife can be used for fishing related jobs like cutting hooks off lines, cleaning fish, and cutting through finishing line easily. This knife is constructed with our Chrome Vanadium (CV) steel. Some knife lovers will settle for nothing less than Chrome Vanadium blades, since this special formula of alloyed steel is the “original” Case blade steel. Case Chrome Vanadium blades are known for their edge-holding ability and easy re-sharpening. However, they are less resistant to rusting, pitting and discoloration than stainless steel. We recommend keeping a thin film of oil on the blade to maintain the finish. This ensures that your knife will be around for future generations to enjoy. Comes conveniently packaged in a box. Made in Bradford, PA, USA from domestic and imported materials.
- Chrome Vanadium (CV) Steel blades; etched main blade
- Spear and pen blades
- Peach seed jigged Amber Bone handle
- Length: 3.63 inches closed and 2.9 ounces
- Limited lifetime warranty
The heart of the Case line lies within this classic bone handle, with rich amber and honey tones. The material is procured internationally, rendered from the hearty shin bone of Zebu cattle, a substance tough enough for the rigors of Case knife demands.
The Spear blade features a symmetrical shape with a stronger blade tip for piercing. This heavy-duty blade is a favorite with farmers and anyone else with some tough cuts to make.
The Pen blade shape was originally designed to cut and sharpen turkey quills for use as ink pens. Today, it still makes a great blade for light-duty work.