Silverline Maple Santoku 182mm

A Martin Huber chef knife with everything required to become the go-to tool for all manner of daily meal prep, and the looks and attitude to do it in style. A monochromatic combination of elements, from the blade’s bright pure nickel to the handle's black bog oak, have produced a piece of functional culinary art we can't get enough of. Thin, convex, hand-ground workhorse geometry shaped from homemade san mail steel with hard edge of 1.2842 carbon steel provides a 58mm tall profile with several-inch long flat edge section for chopping, a slight up-sweep to a low tip that is as thin as a needle, perfect for detail work and precision slicing. Completing the handle in Martin's comfortable, shield-style wa form is the bog oak bolster followed by ring of white G10 and a piece of stabilized grey curly maple with beautiful grain and chatoyance. 

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Introduced to metalsmithing as a mere toddler, Martin Huber, son and grandson to multiple blacksmiths, crafts handmade chef knives at his shop in Austria not far from where he grew up. After gaining experience with larger employers post-graduation, Martin began his own venture in 2016 and has been building handmade cutting tools since. An eye for culinary knives and a desire to put unique objects into the hands of chefs everywhere, Martin and his two employees design kitchen cutlery from house-made steels, ranging from unique mosaic damascus pattens to ku-mai construction and everything in between, sometimes collaborating with other makers, and always producing unique, one-of-a-kind object. Martin Huber knives are built to use, combining captivating material combinations and design styles with purpose-driven geometry and finishes.

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Size
Blade length: 182mm / 7.2". Overall length: 323mm / 12.7". Blade width at the choil: 2.9mm. Blade width one inch from tip: 1.7mm. Blade height at heel: 58mm. Weight: 6.2oz / 176g.
Material
Blade: Silverline san mai with 1.2842 carbon steel core and cladding with pure nickel inlay. Handle: Stabilized grey curly maple with white G10 inlay and bog oak bolster.
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