The definitive jackknife
Condition: Showing slight signs of patina
Since its launch, the GEC #15 Tidioute Huckleberry Boy's Knife has garnered a cult following among traditional slip joint enthusiasts - and for good reason. Small, compact, and beautiful to behold, the #15 Boy's Knife is arguably the archetypal slip jackknife.
The GEC #15 Tidioute Huckleberry Boy's Knife is based on a traditional sleeveboard pattern pocket knife with a modified clip-point blade. A “Boy’s Knife” is generally characterized by its diminutive size, which makes it perfect for urban EDC carry because it's large enough to take on any everyday task, while still being compact enough to pocket easily.
The blade is made of superbly heat-treated 1095 carbon steel, which is easy to sharpen and will develop a gorgeous patina with use. The steel liners add rigidity, while a crisp half-stop adds a measure of security. The scales are made from a beautifully textured Brown Burlap Micarta, which is not only lightweight but also incredibly tough, robust, and durable.
Handmade in the USA, the GEC #15 Tidioute Huckleberry Boy's Knife is the perfect EDC slip joint. These are hard to come by, often selling out in minutes. So make your move now before it slips away.
- 1095 carbon steel blade
- Brown Burlap Micarta handles
- Half-stop feature
- Overall length: 6.125"
- Blade length: 2.75"
- Cutting edge: 2.50"
- Blade thickness: 0.08"
- Handle length: 3.375"
- Weight: 1.67 oz
- Made in USA by Great Eastern Cutlery