Peak Knife Company Colorado 14ers Chefs Knife

‘Colorado 14ers’ Knife Incorporates Iconic Peaks Into Blade

This is a kitchen blade for knife knuts and ski bums alike!

Razor-sharp German steel and a triple-riveted, full-tang wood handle should work great for chopping veggies. But the most prominent feature on this blade is its impressive topography.

Peak Knife Company Colorado 14ers Chef's Knife

Just launched by upstart Peak Knife Company, the Colorado 14ers Chef’s Knife sports some noteworthy construction along its spine.

Rocky Mountain faithful will recognize the undulating peaks and valleys as “Colorado’s most famous” 14ers, according to Peak Knife.
Peak Knife Company Colorado 14ers Chef's Knife

In fact, the 8-inch blade highlights eight Colorado 14ers. From tip to bolster, the knife showcases the profile, name, and height of Princeton, Pikes, Maroon Bells, Bierstadt, Evans, Grays, Torreys, and Longs.

German 1.4116 steel makes up the blade — the same steel used in Swiss Army knives. We haven’t tried it, but we sure dig the look. Check out more or buy one now for $49 here.

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