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Chop, chop, chop.

When you're brandishing the MSR Alpine Kitchen Knife, tomatoes and cheese will be at your mercy. Made with lightweight durable 440-series stainless steel, the Santoku-styled blade chops quickly and easily when you're preparing a backcountry feast. A vented sheath covers the sharp edge to prevent your sleeping bag from getting chopped on the trail.

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4 5

Nice Knife.

I wasn't sure if this was going to be a good purchase or not... It was. Small but not too small, it has a good hand feel and it is sharp. The blade cover is the real gem for putting a knife into a drybag or backpack. If you are looking for a camp kitchen knife this is one you should check out.

5 5

Perfect.

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

It is the perfect camping kitchen knife.

4 5

good

The knife itself is awesome. I've used it to cut veggies, fruit and even gut some fish. The only thing that could make it much better is a sheath that stayed on. I just use a rubber band that runs the length of the sheath to keep it on, but i'm still concerned it could come off in my pack. That being said, that hasn't happened so I really shouldn't be too concerned.

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I quickly solved this problem by putting a single small strip of electrical tape inside one of the sections of the sheath. Solved the problem, doesn't inhibit the use of the knife when you need it, and is all but invisible on the black sheath.

5 5

Just a perfect camping knife

Simple, sharp, easy to clean and the blunt tip is perfect to get that last bit out of your jar peanut butter or jam.

Slices cheese, peels apples, chops onions: this versatile gizmo knife weights next to nothing and became instantly an essential part of my kit, whether climbing, camping or hiking. Even the price is sharp.