There are knives, and then there are knives. This is clearly the latter.
That uniquely eye-catching handle is made from the tooth of an actual Woolly Mammoth, thawed in present-day Siberia. That's right — it’s an actual fossilized specimen of the 15,000 pound, 12-foot-tall giants who braved the Ice Age. This particular fossilized remain comes from a mammoth that lived around 15,000 years ago, which lends one hell of a history to your new favorite knife.
Oh, and the blade features a Japanese "Sanmai" Damascus blade, a dramatically strong and sharp steel that holds an edge especially well, and looks damn cool to boot. It's made in Japan with 33 high-carbon layers that are pressed between metal plates with precise fittings to create an especially beautiful, specialized raindrop pattern.
3" Damascus Steel blade
Woolly Mammoth Tooth on one side of the handle, Eastern birch on reverse
Because of the specialized materials used, each knife is unique, so yours may be subtly different from the one pictured