Case knives is seeking to “bridge” the gap between traditional knives and the current flavor of EDC knives

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NEWS – Are you a fan of Case knives but wish they offered something with traditional looks but with materials found in other EDC knives on the market? Now they do. W.R. Case and Sons have released their new Bridgeline series. This new series incorporates micarta knife scales, a removable pocket clip, and CPM20CV steel. Along with the Highbanks with its modified Wharncliffe, they offer one with a modified clip point. The Highbanks has a 2.75 in stonewash satin blade, smooth black burlap micarta scales, and pinched and fluted aluminum bolsters. It weighs in at 2.8 oz with a closed length of 4 in.  All of this comes with the Case limited lifetime warranty. Head on over to Case knives and check out their new lineup.

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