KA-BAR Becker knives have an excellent reputation. Designer Ethan Becker is a true outdoor enthusiast and has a great knowledge of cutlery. At first he was engaged in adjusting existing knives, and after a while he decided to make his own. From there Becker Knife & Tool was born. Other companies through, finally ended up in KA-BAR. Today they produce their designs exactly to your specifications.
The Becker Knife & Tool Design Philosophy
The best thing about Ethan Becker is his design philosophy. The motto 'Becker knives are for a living, but looking great is fine too' perfectly describes his practical vision of the knives he designs and produces. A great example is the Becker BK2 KA-BAR, a great outdoor knife, made to withstand any task. That said, it is also interesting to know its origins. A great deal of effort went into the original Kephart knife, which ultimately resulted in the KA-BAR Becker BK62 Kephart: a model that closely resembles the one produced over a hundred years ago.
Ethan Becker, the man behind the knives
Although his knives seem to say it all, Ethan Becker also has a rich history. His grandmother was Irma S. Rombauer, author of the bestselling collection The Joy of Cooking. These cookbooks have been published since the 1930s. In the 1970s, Ethan Becker founded the prestigious Cordon Blue cooking school in Paris. He also later contributed to new editions of The Joy of Cooking, which, as a series of books, has sold over 18 million copies over the years, proving that Becker also knows how to handle a kitchen knife, as well as stand out. in the world of survival.