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The Otter Sodbuster

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Made in Solingen, Germany. Blackwood from South Africa.

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The South African-sourced blackwood, also known as grenadilla, is dense and moisture-resistant.

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Blade is C75 carbon steel with a hardness of 56-58 HRC.

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6" in length when open.

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Carbon steel liners.

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Slipjoint mechanism.

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The Otter Sodbuster

Our favorite American worker's knife, made by the cutlery masters of Solingen, with robust African timber - our Otter Sodbuster is a collaboration across three continents.

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Our favorite American worker's knife, made by the cutlery masters of Solingen, with robust African timber - our Otter Sodbuster is a collaboration across three continents.

Story

Our favorite American worker's knife, made by the cutlery masters of Solingen with robust African timber - our Otter Sodbuster is a collaboration across three continents. The fine-grain carbon steel blade holds an edge throughout the working day, while classic touches like the peened rivet joint add to this pocket companion's robust elegance. The South African-sourced blackwood, also known as grenadilla, is dense and moisture-resistant, and has a blue glaze to give the wood a deeper tone and more durable seal. Though the Sodbuster pattern is common in these parts, it is rare to find such a remarkable rendition.

Spec
  • 3" blade
  • 6" overall
  • 3.5" closed
  • Slipjoint
  • 56-58 HRC
  • Blue glazed
Materials
  • C75 carbon steel
  • Carbon steel liners
  • African blackwood (grenadilla)
Origin
  • Made in Solingen, Germany
Notes
  • Ships with our Knife Handbook with information on care and sharpening
Care
  • C75 is a carbon steel - keep dry and protect with oil to prevent tarnishing.