Far more than mere "fixed blade knife," Timber Wolf's "Tobacco Road" Bowie is a breathtaking mosaic of handcrafted passion and rustic artistry. From the heartwood handle's warm tobacco burst finish to the mesmerizing ripples, waves and whirls that comprise the Damascus steel blade, every inch of this bladed beauty is nothing short of stunning. The Tobacco Road is the ultimate showpiece - truly a must-have for any cutlery collection. But don't just relegate it to the display case! With its robust full-tang construction and impressive modified clip point blade, the Tobacco Road packs plenty of real-world muscle, as well. It's more than capable of tackling countless cutting jobs, from routine, everyday tasks to rigorous, demanding back country chores. Such striking visual allure and outstanding field performance can only be wrought by seasoned hands. Indeed, the Tobacco Road is painstakingly handcrafted using age-old techniques and only the finest materials. Expert bladesmiths repeatedly fire, fold, hammer weld and quench stacks of high carbon steel blanks to hand fashion the Tobacco Road's Damascus steel blade. This unique hand forging process is slow, laborious and remains largely unchanged since its origins millennia ago; every step carefully executed by hand - no mechanization, no computers, no robotics. Similarly, the heartwood handle scales are hand-cut, fluted and stained, yielding a rich array of texture and color. The shades of umber, tawny and sable that grace the Tobacco Road handle are exquisitely offset by stately brass pins and a delicate tri-circle rosette, inlaid by hand, as is to be expected with this fine masterwork. Even the Damascus steel guard is hand-filed and scalloped. Simply put, no detail was overlooked and no amount of blood, sweat and tears was spared in the construction of Timber Wolf's Tobacco Road Bowie. You could easily pay well over 200 for a knife of this sublime quality elsewhere, but, thanks to our unbeatable prices, you can add the Tobacco Road to your collection without breaking the bank. So what are you waiting for? Take a ride down the charmingly rustic "Tobacco Road" today!