The Case Winker Hambone Knife
When I first laid eyes on the Case Winkler Hambone, I knew I was witnessing a knife that would instantly be a collector’s item and a family heirloom for the select few that would become owners of this knife inspired by an American hero. The Hambone is the third in a series created by Winkler Knives collectively with Case.
This Hambone fixed blade knife was created though a shared vision between Daniel Winkler and U.S. Army veteran and Medal of Honor recipient Clint Romesha. The curved blade is made from 80CrV2 steel providing the kind of lateral strength and blade retention to keep this knife sharp and easy to keep sharp for years to come. The handle has a built-in glass breaker and the sheath and the knife are paired with a lightweight clip. The sheath comes with a lanyard hole and the knife measures 9.5 inches long. The knife is perfect for hunting, camping, hiking and adventure.
This is not a knife for everyone but it is a work of art for the select few who are looking to own a knife that has been built by and dedicated to our military heroes.
Check out this great knife from the team at Case.