Coming up next from Jack Wolf Knives is the Javelina Jack. Material-wise the Javelina Jack builds off of the precedent set by the Low Drag Jack, but we see those materials implemented in a design inspired by very different parts of the traditional knife canon.
Although very modern in terms of materials and construction, the blade and handle shape combos we see on Jack Wolf knife models are, almost always, drawn from historical slipjoint patterns. That’s certainly the case on the Javelina Jack, beginning with its blade, a type of sub-type of clip point known as a California Clip: compared to a standard issue clip, the profile is elongated, making the main edge straighter and the clipped tip clippier.
I need to investigate Jack Wolf knives. They seem to be making a small splash.