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Colorado Cleaver Knife

Colorado Cleaver Knife

Regular price $85.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $85.00 USD
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Redefine what you've come to expect from the common kitchen knife with the new Colorado Cleaver. 

Form meets function, with this kitchen cleaver that's razor sharp yet perfectly balanced, gliding easily through the toughest of cuts like butter. Finished with a red sandalwood handle and leather carry case, it is the epitome of style and performance.

This indoor and outdoor cleaver is long-lasting and corrosion-resistant, with a high carbon stainless steel blade and a quality that stands the test of time with strength and durability.

  • Multifunctional Cleaver 
  • High Carbon Stainless Steel Blade
  • Durability and Toughness
  • Ergonomic Contours
  • Premium Materials 
  • Curved Red Sandalwood Handle
  • Leather Carry Case


High Carbon Steel Blade with Sandalwood Handle and Leather Carrying Case

Shipping & Returns


We're currently offering free shipping to the continental United States.

When shipping to Alaska, Puerto Rico and Hawaii, there will be a flat fee of $15 required for shipping.

Expedited shipping services are available at an additional fee which will be calculated at checkout.



You can return or exchange full-priced products within 30 days.

Exchanges and returns for store credit are free.

If you prefer a refund, there will be a $10.95 shipping and handling fee that will be deducted from your refund.

Food Items: Due to safety, we cannot accept returns of perishable items. If the product is damaged, we are happy to replace.


Colorado Knife

11 ½” X 3 ¼” X 1” thick in case

Montana Knife

12” X 3” X ¾” thick in case

Wyoming Knife

10” X 2 ½” X ¾” in case

Care Instructions

Handwash only, not dishwasher safe.

Sharpen with sharpening stone.

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Proper Knife Holding 101

Chef Kate Van Rensselaer of Cafe Diva in Steamboat Springs shared her #1 knife wielding tip with us:

"Hold your knife like you mean it! Hold with a firm grib, and instead of holding the knife by the handle, grib the top of the blade so that your thumb and forefinger rest on either side of it. It may feel a little intimidating, but this handhold provides far more control and balance."