The Ironwood Teton Edge Santoku
East meets New West - the best of both worlds.
This Japanese style blade takes its name from the “three virtues” of slicing, dicing and mincing. An all purpose chef knife, the santoku features a generous width for easy scooping while the moderate length and ergonomic design make it extremely agile on the cutting board.
A revolution in blade design
The Teton Edge Santoku represents a revolution in the history of blade design. The “Edge” replaces the traditional santoku “dimples” with an etched semblance of the Teton Mountain range. As with the dimples, the etching helps the blade slice smoothly through food without sticking- but the Teton Edge does it even better. Traditional machine-grinding the dimples can disrupt and distort the precision of the steel’s heat treatment. The proprietary process used to etch the “Edge” enhances the performance while optimizing the steel. The “Teton Edge” celebrates the spirit of Jackson Hole, New West Knifeworks home, both visually and functionally, redefining the cutting edge of peak performance.
S35VN: America's best steel
Like cooking, making knives depends on using the best ingredients. The G-Fusion line features the highest performing knife steel on the market-- S35VN “Powder Metal” steel. This high carbon, alloyed steel has it all: elite sharpness, toughness, edge-holding, stain resistance and sharpenability. G-Fusion knives are made in the US with American steel and backed by a lifetime guarantee.
**Please note: this is a natural material and each handle will have unique grain patterns**
To care for this material, we recommend avoiding harsh soaps or solvents on the handle (a little dish soap now and then is fine). The deep colors and rich shine quickly come back to life with a bit of mineral oil applied with a rag. No lacquer or sealant is applied to the ironwood, so it will readily absorb the oil and look shiny and new all over again.
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In the Press
“The perfect balance of power and grace.” Bon Appetit
“Knife Art.” Fine Cooking
“My best friend in the kitchen.” Hunter Lewis, Editor-in-Chief, Food and Wine
|Max blade width||1.875||inches|
|Steel Type||Crucible CPM S35VN Super High Carbon Stainless Powder Steel HRC 59-60|