Case Medium Jack

The rise of globalization has meant that knives are increasingly manufactured in different countries around the world. While the quality of the knives made overseas are just as good, there’s still something special about a knife made in the good ol’ United States.

We’ve already gone through several months of the Badass Knife of the Week series and somehow we’re barely getting to our first knife from Case Cutlery. But the Case Medium Jack is well worth the wait.

Made in the USA, this gentleman’s folder boasts a design that’s functional and sleek but holds nothing back.

The jet black synthetic handle with bolsters is handsome without being gaudy and rugged enough to take abuse for decades.

Case logoHandcrafted by Case, the pocket knife measures a mere 3 3/8-inches when closed and weighs a reasonable 1.8 ounces, meaning you won’t even feel it when it’s in your pocket.

To add to the flexibility of the folder, the Working Medium Jack features clip and pen blades made of surgical stainless steel. The clip blade is known for its versatility while the pen blade excels at light work.

Case is an American tradition and whether you’re adding it to your collection or using it as your new EDC, the Medium Jack is a badass knife that any knife lover should pick up.

Find out more about the Badass Knife of the Week by visiting the Case 2-blade Medium Jack Folder product page.


Timothy Martinez Jr. is the community director for Knife Depot and the editor of The Cutting Edge. If you have any questions or ideas for The Cutting Edge, you can contact him at
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