Victorinox Meat Cutting Knives

We Carry The Victorinox Fibrox Handle Knives in the following styles and sizes:
5 Inch Boning Knife (#40512).  6 Inch Skinning Knife (#40536). 
8 Inch Breaking Knife (#40537).  3.25 Inch Paring Knife (#40508) 

"Forschner-Victorinox"  Has a New Name - "Victorinox"
But Only The Name Has Changed - Click To Learn More

Victorinox Swiss Army is known the world over as the creator of the Original Swiss Army Knife. What many people don’t know is that the company started out in 1884 as a kitchen cutlery workshop. By the time this fourth generation family-owned business delivered the first pocket knife to the Swiss Army, they’d been selling fine cutlery to professionals for years.

The name “Victorinox” had been a staple in European commercial cutlery for over 50 years at the time they were approached by New York’s R.H. Forschner – known since 1855 as a builder of scales for butchers – to be their sole cutlery supplier. The two companies joined forces in 1937. The seven decades since have seen R.H. Forschner become North America’s dominant professional brand.

In 2011, Victorinox Swiss Army decided to make the name on the doors of the factory in Switzerland – from which beautifully balanced, perfectly weighted, razor sharp tools began their journey to North America many years ago – the name that R.H. Forschner by Victorinox Cutlery is marketed under: Victorinox Swiss Army.

Despite the name change, knives manufactured by Victorinox remain the same award-winning kitchen tools they have always been under the Forschner name.

What Makes Victorinox Knives Different Than Other Knives?  Click Here To Find Out.

The patented Fibrox handle is dishwasher safe and slip resistant, even when wet. It is also NSF approved, as crevices that would offer hospitality to bacteria are minimized. As with all R.H. Forschner knives, the handle is ergonomically designed to minimize wrist tension and provides a natural fit. Forschner knives all have high carbon, stainless steel blades that are hand finished at Victorinox in Switzerland by skilled craftsmen. Each knife is stamped from a single sheet of metal. The blade is then hardened, tempered, ground, polished, etched and finished. Victorinox uses a special tempering process to produce an edge that can be resharpened over and over again.