Hollow: This concave cut-out blade
style is an all-around useful grind. A hollow grind is good for
slicing meat and cheese, splitting and carving wood, and field
dressing game. An adaptable grind with a secondary convex edge would
also make a great EDC knife.
Flat: Our flat grind is ground from the
top to the bottom of the steel with a secondary convex edge. Great
slicing ability is marked by a very sharp edge and a strong blade
making this grind a great choice for EDC, field dressing game and
light/medium bushcraft work.
Saber: One of our personal favorites,
the saber grind is strong, heavy-duty, and good for your tougher
jobs. Helps make quick work of bushcrafting, field-dressing game,
and splitting wood. Great control with a secondary convex edge.
Scandi: This bushcrafters' favorite,
has no secondary edge and is very similar to a wood chisel. It
offers superior control when cutting a severe angle. Great for wood
and fine details.
Convex: Slack ground with a secondary
convex edge, this grind is great for baton work, chopping, and
bushcraft. The convex grind allows for superior sharpness while
maintaining its strength.