Frog Market Special
Chop, Slice, or Dice!
The Frog Market Special has our famous Black River Wash and is the thinnest knife we've made yet..
Availability: Available To Order
The Frog Market Special is a unique blade, especially for us at TOPS. A thickness of only 1/16th of an inch (1.5875 mm) makes this knife the thinnest knife we have offered so far.
The Frog Market Special is made of 1095 High Carbon Steel and has Tan Canvas Micarta scales. It has our famous Black River Wash that is one of the most popular finishes we have ever offered. The wide heel allows for deep, shearing cuts. The steep curve up to the edge slices well. As you use the knife, you'll notice it has an ergonomic handle that is very comfortable. The thinner steel allows for clean, smooth cuts and gives the blade some added flexibility over thicker knives. The tip is also ideal for boning meats like chicken and pork. Although the Frog Market Special is great in the kitchen, you'll find a myriad of uses for it while camping, fishing, and hunting as well.
Steven Dick, who is an editor with Tactical Knives, refined this design based on what he saw on a trip to Hanoi, Vietnam. He saw butchers and fish mongers using knives with a pattern he'd never seen before. They were able to prepare meats and fish of many varieties easily using their unique blades. But rest assured, although the inspiration for the Frog Market Special comes from the markets in Vietnam, the knives are still manufactured and hand-finished right here in the Rocky Mountains, USA.
* Please note that the "Black River Wash" process will create a unique look to each knife. Your knife's pattern may vary from the product image. The carbon content of the steel can also cause variations in the engraving.
|Knife Type||Fixed Blade|
|Blade Steel||1095 RC 56-58|
|Blade Finish||Black River Wash|
|Handle Material||Tan Canvas Micarta|
|Knife Weight||3.5 oz|
|Sheath Material||Black Kydex|
|Sheath Clip||Rotating Spring Steel|
- Frog market special
Took my new fms to a friends restaurant to demonstrate how to prep packer briskets for BBQing. Its difficult with a good knife, but the frog market special excelled at this task impressing the whole staff. Stayed incredibly sharp throughout. Works amazing on chicken.
Great job Tops; 5 stars
(Posted on 7/15/2018)