First Look: Outdoor Edge RazorBone Folding Knife

posted on February 12, 2020
Outdoor Edge has announced the introduction of a new replaceable-blade knife, termed the RazorBone. Accepting a 3.5-inch drop-point blade, a 5-inch boning/fillet blade and a blade with a guthook, the RazorBone allows for the field dressing, skinning and deboning of meat with a single knife that never needs to be sharpened. 

The 3.5-inch, general-purpose drop-point blade is the field-dressing and skinning workhorse of the trio, while the gutting blade's hook can open game easily, without fear of piercing vital organs. Finally, the boning/fillet blade finishes the task of efficiently processing game. Each of the three blades locks into the RazorBone’s black-oxide coated stainless steel blade holder to provide the strength and rigidity of a traditional knife, while still allowing flexibility for the 5-inch boning/fillet blade. Each blade style, heat treated and crafted from Japanese 42012 stainless steel, closes into the handle, while the RazorSafe blade-exchange system allows the user to change between them with the push of a button.

The knife features a double-molded polymer handle with a Grivory frame and rubberized TPR inserts, molded in an alternating pattern of Outdoor Edge’s signature mountain range. Dubbed Peak Performance Grip, this design promises nonslip grip when wet.

When purchased new, the Outdoor Edge RazorBone comes complete with three 3.5-inch drop-point blades, two 5-inch boning/fillet blades, one guthook blade, a nylon belt sheath and a polymer blade box to store the spares. Also included is a pocket clip to keep the knife where it needs to be. For more information on this all-in-one processing solution, which comes in blaze orange or black and will be available at retailers this summer, please visit


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