In terms of the most classic American knife pattern, nothing tops the stockman folder. For that reason alone, the Case Medium Stockman is a worthy Badass Knife of the Week. But the knife is much more than a historical artifact.

A leading knife manufacturer since its inception in 1889, Case Cutlery has worked hard to become a yardstick for quality in personal knives, foregrounding a level of craft that has garnished considerable respect around the world.

The Medium Stockman is the perfect handy pocket tool for home, work, and recreation, featuring three separate Tru-Sharp surgical steel blades fitted into a clamshell frame with metal trim.

When it comes to versatility, the knife’s clip, spey, and sheepsfoot blades all bring something different to the table, making this an excellent everyday carry.

This particular iteration of the renowned Case Medium Stockman boasts a handsome handle made of pocket worn bermuda green bone.

The knife exudes timelessness thanks to the deep emerald hue of the handle along with the Peach Seed Jigging that gives it texture and grip.

For more information on this Badass Knife of the Week, check out the product page for the Case Medium Stockman.


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