Case & Harley-Davidson Launch Knife Series

Finally…

Case Knives and Harley Davidson have teamed up to create a series of knives for all the knife nuts and/or chopper riders out there. Each of these companies has more than a century under their belt, so it seems like a long time coming for this series to finally come to fruition.

These officially licensed knives come in five different styles. Here’s a quick breakdown of each.

Silver and Black Layered G-10

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These H-D knives are simple and sleek, which makes for a strong and durable blade. The handles are made from layers of glass cloth laminated with epoxy resin and feature a nickel silver H-D shield.

Tec X

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The Tec X family is a bit more modern with a 440 or AUS-8 stainless steel blade. They have thumb studs for one-handed opening and are highly versatile.

Smooth Black Synthetic

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The Smooth Black family is described as the “workhorse” of the group because it has impact-resistant handles and a nickel silver shield bearing the H-D logo. Not much more to say here .

Smooth Natural Bone

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With a more traditional feel, the Smooth Natural Bone knives feature a classic Case design replete with Harley-Davidson on the natural bone handle. The two knives in this family have Tru-Sharp surgical steel Clip and Spey blades.

Smooth Persimmon Orange Bone

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This family may be the best looking of the bunch, depending on your tastes of course. The Persimmon Orange Bone is earthy and stands out with a laser engraved H-D logo. The bolsters also have some flair with barbed wire artwork.

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3 Comments

  1. dana white
    Posted July 20, 2014 at 1:59 pm | Permalink

    have you got any bad ass automatic out the front knives???????

  2. Posted July 23, 2014 at 10:45 am | Permalink

    The Smooth Black is my favorite. It looks like the type of knife that you will leave your gran-kids one day! Do these knives come with some kind of warranty?