If you know Tindall Knives, you likely know them in part for their beautiful outdoor oriented knives with intricate handle designs. Those incredible, multi-material handles are what first caught my eye. That is what makes the new Tindall Knives Ridge-Line series such an interesting departure from their previous work.
The Ridge-Line is a no-frills line of knives that features custom quality with hard working finishes and materials. There are two designs in the line. The Teton is a do-all outdoors knives. The Lost River Bushcrafter is a “beefed up” re-imagining of the classic bushcraft knife. Both models feature 5/32″ thick 80CRV2 steel steel with a flat black coating, and bead-blasted micarta or G-10 handle slabs.
These knives also boast TKHT heat treat. Tindall Knives claims this heat treat “gives a harder hardness and better edge holding, still while retaining maximum toughness and no brittleness. It has been demonstrated by stabbing cars and cutting 1/4” steel bolts on a vise and still shaving hair.”
Ridge-Line knives come with a molded Boltaron sheath.
Check out the new Ridge-Line at Tindall Knives.