Code: WINTER20

Brandish the MSR Alpine Kitchen Knife and prep your camping meals faster than ever. Stainless steel construction helps this knife stand up to seasons of use, and the square tip helps this knife slide easily and safely into one of the pockets on your backpacking bag. Sure, your multi-tool might have a blade, but it doesn't hold a candle to the Alpine Knife.

  • Stainless steel blade maintains its sharpness even after extended use
  • Santoku-style blade has a slight curve for fast chopping and a square tip that makes packing this knife safer and easier
  • Synthetic handle is highly durable, lightweight, and easy to clean
  • Vented sheath protects the knife edge and makes the sheath easier to clean

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4 5

Good Smaller Knife

This is a great camp knife choice! It is a little smaller- if you are looking for a larger chopping knife, I recommend the Alpine Chef's Knife. But as far as a small car-camp knife goes, this is your ticket. Chops well, and it's super nice that it comes with it's own case.

4 5

Great trail knife

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Sharp little knife and really light. Handle suits people with larger hands better, I've had comfort complaints from people with small hands. Be careful the dishwasher will give the stainless steel rust spots.

4 5

nice knife

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

is use this small knife for car camping trips. does the job!

4 5

great little knife

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Overall: Highly recommend for car camping

Pros: Light, inexpensive, sharp, blade guard
Cons: not the best construction quality

I'm always debating whether to bring a nice kitchen knife on camping trips. Sure it'd be nice to have, but do I want to haul it around, plus how do I protect it and keep it from cutting up my gear when packed?

Well, thought I'd give this knife a try for a recent car camping road trip and was not disappointed.

For $10 bucks this knife is sharp, decently constructed, and the blade guard is a great little bonus.

No more using the grimey multi-tool on food.

5 5

Great little knife

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift

I purchased as a gift and I love it! I want on for myself!

5 5

What's not to love

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

What's not to love about this knife? It comes sharp and weighs next to nothing. IT does a good job of slicing and dicing to make you an amazing meal in the backcountry.

5 5

sharp

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Nice size. Kinda a luxury but I don't have to worry what it has been used for before cutting food. Also, has anyone looked into the groove of a well used folding knife?

5 5

Slice, dice, cut another hole in...

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This thing is nicer then any of my house knives. Light, compact, and durable all for 10$. I may have to buy one for the house!

How much does this weigh? How long is the...

How much does this weigh? How long is the blade?

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Hey Conan,

This version is the shorter style of the Alpine Chef's knife. It's overall length is 9", the blade itself is 4.5", and the weight is 1.7oz.

4 5

Nice kitchen accessory.

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

This knife is lightweight and really sharp right off the bat. Had no problems cutting anything with this knife, handled everything I put it through quite well.

5 5

Great knife, fixable sheath

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I think I have a previous version of this knife that I just picked up. Comes super-sharp and is surprisingly lightweight.

This may be fixed in the newer models, but on mine, the sheath doesn't have a tight grip on the knife and will come off with the flick of a wrist. As I am naturally averse to being stabbed in the back while this thing is in my pack, I put a small strip of electrical tape inside one of the panels on the sheath. Fixed the problem right up, keeps the knife where it's supposed to be, doesn't inhibit movement when you want to draw the knife, and is nearly invisible on the black sheath.

Looking forward to doing some campfire cooking with this bad boy.