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No. 9 Bread Knife in Stainless Steel


Color: Stainless Steel

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Japanese-inspired bread knife for cutting through thick, freshly baked loaves

Barebones is all about feeling the dirt in your hands, feeling the stars shining down on you out in the backcountry, and finding time to enjoy the simplest pleasures life and nature have to offer. And with that guiding philosophy, they create things like the Bread Knife—a Japanese-inspired and expertly designed bread knife that will have you turning your back on pre-sliced bread for good. Complete with an extended serrated blade that accurately cuts through thick fresh loaves with ease and can even sub-in for a deli knife, thinly slicing your favorite meats. Its full-tang stainless steel blade holds a sharp edge, and when you’ve finished with the day’s work you can store it in the included sheath for safe keeping.

  • Japanese-inspired bread knife cuts through thick, fresh-out-of-the-oven baked goods
  • Full-tang blade made from chip-resistant, durable stainless steel
  • Resin-infused Pakkawood handle with textured grain
  • Ergonomic handle is weighted and balanced for comfort
  • Full-grain cow leather sleeve to store knife when not in use
  • Knife: 50CrMoV15 stainless steel
  • Handle: Pakkawood
  • Sheath: Full-grain cow leather
  • Made in China
  • Knife: 14” x 1½” x ¾”
  • Blade: 9”
  • Sleeve: 9¾” x 2”
  • Knife with Sleeve: 14½”
  • Knife: Store in dry place, apply thin coat of protective oil after each use, wipe clean of dirt, water, and fingerprints
  • Sheath: Rinse with lukewarm water and wrap in dry towel, do not re-sleeve knife until sleeve is completely dry, apply leather oil as needed

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