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The Chapter Knife
When you're in the backcountry, you want gear and tools that you can rely on. With The James Brand's The Chapter Knife, you can be certain that no matter what bind you're in, from scaling a fish to freeing a rogue tent from a tree, this knife will not let you down. Carefully constructed out of titanium and steel, the blade is easy to care for and hard to dull, while the folding sheath is light and easy to maneuver so your knife will never be what slows you down.
- Folding knife to take care of the backcountry dirty work
- Titanium frame lock is light and mechanically simple
- Steel blade holds edge and resists corrosion
- Item #TJB0002
What do you think about this product?
February 15, 2018
Best knife I've ever had
My granddaughter gave me this knife and I use it every day I work construction and would be lost without my pocket knife
October 19, 2017
Beauty and the Beast
The James Chapter Knife is not only a beautiful folding knife, its a beast! Because of the frame lock design with lightweight super strong titanium it can handle cutting chores that only bigger blades should be able to tackle. Now for a quick story! Yaaay! On a quick overnight trip into the Wasatch Mountains with my Chapter knife. I hiked in, choose my camping spot for the night and made a fire to cook my food. Dinner that night in the high alpine was a couple cans of the BEST chili ever! There was only one problem. I forgot my can opener... after a few moments of panic, thinking I wasn't gonna eat dinner that night or I'd have to smash the cans with a rock, I remembered that I packed in my knife. I whipped it out and proceeded to open the can by cutting the metal lid with the knife. Now this is not something I would do or recommend for any old pocket knife, but this Chapter knife with its titanium frame lock and razor sharp D2 blade handled cutting open those cans like a beast. Dinner that night was served thanks to my Chapter knife. I highly recommend you purchase this knife if your thinking about it and are unsure. You wont be disappointed!
December 8, 2017
Where is it made?
October 16, 2019
Did it cut right through that employee discount too?
October 2, 2017
What kind of steel is the blade?