Tom Brown Tracker Coyote Tan
Featured in the movie "The Hunted"
The Coyote Tan version of the Tracker is the same great design with an updated look.
Please Note: We are in the process of updating the finish color that we use for our tan blades. The color that you receive may not match the color you see here on our website.
The Tom Brown Tracker has been one of the most popular blades produced by TOPS for many years. It is one of the biggest, beefiest multi-tools in existence. Designed by Tom Brown Jr. and featured in the movie "The Hunted" as well as on the cover of Blade Magazine. This design was made for chopping, skinning, carving, gutting, scoring, cutting, slashing, slicing, and just about anything else you would need to do in the wilderness. The Coyote Tan version of the Tracker is every bit as useful, but has a fresh new look.
Download The Instruction Booklet: Here
|Knife Type||Fixed Blade|
|Blade Steel||1095 RC 56-58|
|Blade Finish||Coyote Tan Coating|
|Handle Material||Green Canvas Micarta|
|Weight w/ Sheath||27oz|
|Sheath Material||Coyote Tan Kydex|
|Sheath Clip||Rotating Spring Steel|
|Designer||Tom Brown, Jr.|
- Very nice, New tan colors
- The TOPS web site says they are changing the color of their tan knife. Looks like I got one of the new ones. The blade seems almost like a gold. The handle is a very dark OD--almost black. The case is probably unchanged. I actually like the new scheme better, but if you are expecting one like in the picture be forewarned. It is a full 1/4" thick which makes it heavy and beefy. Should be good for chopping. There are many video reviews on YT of people putting it through its paces. Also, some of the TOPS manufacturing process. The blades are shaped by computer controlled machines, but everything else is hand crafted by people you get to meet. They also have a lifetime free sharpening service. (Posted on 9/7/2021)
- Positively undecided
- I have a 09 #1 tracker ,modified grind ,seams to do everything needed with little effort. I live in MN so I haven't had a true test yet but I don't see any problem. This is a great knife if you can adapt to the tool and maybe read the instructions/ guidelines (Posted on 2/8/2019)