Jacksonville, Alabama – Bear & Son Cutlery, manufacturer of premium made-in-the-USA knives, is excited to announce that sporting goods retailer Scheels is now carrying a broad lineup of Bear & Son hunting, tactical, and everyday carry knives.
As an employee-owned company, Scheels understands that quality products and exceptional customer service are key to successful and long-lasting customer relations. The same philosophy guides the manufacture of Bear & Son’s premium knives.
A family-owned business that takes great pride in tradition and quality, Bear & Son produces knives that represent the apex of cutlery craftsmanship and state-of-the-art engineering. The company’s American-made knives are valued by collectors, sportsmen, first-responders, and knife enthusiasts for their precision manufacturing, high quality materials, and hand assembly.
Scheels’ new line of Bear & Son products include several popular knife types, such as butterflies (balisongs), fixed-blade hunters, automatics, lock-back and side-lock EDC knives, tactical knives from the Bear Ops brand, and premium pocketknives for everyday use.
Stop by your local Scheels and visit the knife counter to see Bear & Son’s latest knife offerings. To learn more about the Bear & Son Cutlery brand, please visit bearandsoncutlery.com.
About Bear & Son Cutlery:
Bear & Son Cutlery is equipped with a rich family tradition in knife making and employs a skilled and experienced work force that is capable of performing many of the extra hand operations that go into the making of their products. The Bear & Son Cutlery factory is unique. It is full self-contained. While some companies only assemble parts brought from various suppliers and put their names on the product, Bear & Son Cutlery does everything in-house from building their own blanking dies to heat treating, grinding and assembly, and hand finishing products. These steps ensure that Bear & Son Cutlery is of excellent quality and a real value for both the dealer and consumer. Their ongoing commitment is to make them in America and make them affordable.