Named after the river that flows through their Michigan property, White River has turned their knife making into a family business. The Cammenga's craft their knives in the USA out of domestically sourced materials. Due to their dedication to quality craftsmanship, each of their knives is guaranteed.
Designed in collaboration with ex-Army Ranger Justin Gingrich, the White River GTI Knife is built to excel in survival situations. Its drop point steel blade has a black Ionbond coating for added resistance to wear, black and olive Micarta scales, and a Molle-compatible leather sheath. Made in Michigan.
Overall Length: 6.5" / Blade Length: 3.0" / Blade Thickness: 0.20" / Weight: 5 oz.
Few things are more valuable in the wilderness than fire. White River's Firecraft Knife ensures you can get one started every time. Atop its tough steel blade is a notch carved out specifically to work with the included ferro rod. Its size and weight make it practical even for less demanding uses, and its bolt-on textured G10 scales provide a secure grip in any conditions. Arrives with a Kydex sheath that holds both the blade and the ferro rod.
Overall Length: 7.75" / Blade Length: 3.5" / Blade Thickness: 0.13" / Weight: 3.8 oz.
Lightweight and versatile, this backcountry-focused knife has a 3-inch blade that's sharp out of the box, a deep finger groove, and a handle wrapped in removable 550 paracord. Arrives with a Kydex sheath. As seen in Uncrate Issue 03.
Overall Length: 7" / Blade Length: 3" / Blade Thickness: 0.13" / Weight: 2.5 oz.