Blade Design: The knife often features a drop point or clip point blade design. The drop point offers a strong and versatile point for piercing, slicing, and general-purpose cutting tasks. The clip point provides a fine, controllable tip for detailed work and allows for greater precision.
Handle Material: The handle is typically constructed from durable materials such as wood, bone, or synthetic materials like G-10 or stainless steel. These materials offer a combination of strength, stability, and aesthetics. The handle may also have textured or contoured patterns for improved grip and comfort.