An extra-wide blade with large, sweeping curved edge spreads your cuts over a longer radius to maintain sharpness while preventing those jagged cuts that have a tendency to poke through hide.
For precise edge control and to prevent slippage in wet and cold conditions, robust finger grips (jimping) extend along the backbone of the blade. All to make your cuts more precise during the delirious post-recovery afterglow.
For the backcountry ounce counter, simply throw the skeletonized knife with sheath in your kill kit and you’ll forget about it until you punch your tag. For added grip and backcountry readiness, wrap your handle with the included paracord.
Precision CNC machined from G10 and at only 0.7 ounces, this handle adds extra control and comfort without contributing significant weight. G10 provides a confident grip when wet or dry so you can finish the job safely and efficiently.
The lightweight and minimal Kydex sheath included with every knife keeps your blade secured, out-of-sight and out-of-mind when you don't need it. And with exceptional durability, it's ready for all the blood and frequent use you can throw at it.
Iron Will knives are engineered to be extremely sharp and stay that way. A2 Tool Steel, which is commonly used by manufacturers to stamp metal, is treated with our proprietary cryogenic steel hardening process to produce edges with 60 HRC hardness. The result is a reliable blade you can count on to completely skin and field dress big game.
Iron Will's K2 Lightweight Skinning Knife is finished with either a Natural Steel or Black Ceramic blade coating.
To protect from corrosion, Natural Steel finished blades are treated with a light mineral oil coating that preserves the blade's Natural Steel appearance.
Black Ceramic blades are treated with a black composite coating for added wear resistance, reduced friction and enhanced corrosion protection.
A2 Tool Steel is not stainless, so we recommend applying a light treatment of wax or mineral oil to blades after use.
To reduce the amount of force required to make cuts, a 1/2 inch Saber Grind was added behind the leading edge. The Saber Grind reduces thickness behind the leading edge to minimize the effort needed to move through meat and tissue. The result is smoother cuts, a cleaner hide, and more energy left over for the pack out.
“Feels like a natural extension of my hand when caping”