The Case Winkler Hambone is the third in a series of collaborations that celebrate American heroes, an idea inspired by Case’s historic military connections and Winkler Knives’ ongoing involvement with members of the U.S. military. This new fixed blade knife, crafted collectively by Case and Winkler Knives, is the result of a shared vision between Master Bladesmith Daniel Winkler and U.S. Army veteran and Medal of Honor recipient Clint Romesha.
The Winkler Hambone is a high-performance field knife that is lightweight, well-balanced and built for dependability. Its curved blade is made from tough 80CrV2 steel, known for its enduring lateral strength, superior retention, and ease of sharpening. Knowing the importance of minimizing the need for packing multiple tools for different tasks, a glass breaker was incorporated into the end of the handle to create a lightweight, versatile knife. The sheath and the knife are paired up with a strong, lightweight clip adorned with the green and black star, the epitome of military service. Complete with narrow finger grooves, a protruded finger guard, and a lanyard hole this knife measures 9.8 inches long and is primed for any encounter. It is the perfect ally to take on any adventure, whether hiking, camping, hunting, or just exploring in your own unique way.