Opinel

Opinel Wooden Handle Steak Knives

$135$185
Opinel

Opinel Wooden Handle Steak Knives

$135$185
Free Standard Shipping on Orders $149+

Classic cutlery.

Look familiar? The folding knife has its origins as a rustic French work tool—it may have upgraded to tableside cutlery, but its rugged durability remains. These steak knives with svelte, polished wooden handles maintain the same traditional silhouette, giving your cuts good leverage, and their blades are made with high-quality Swedish Sandvik steel. Choose from a silvery birch, a sleek and classy ebony or a warm olive wood finish. Add a set of four specialty steak knives to your kitchen arsenal—they’re from the cult-status French brand Opinel, who have been manufacturing high quality knives since 1890. (You might know them for their famed pocket knife, which happily travels wherever you go). Each piece features a wood-handled stainless steel blade made with care in the French Alps.

Free Standard Shipping on Orders $149+
and Easy-Breezy Returns

Speaking of steak? We've got the absolute best way to cook up a mean sirloin right here, according to lots and lots and lots of tests.

Classic cutlery.

Look familiar? The folding knife has its origins as a rustic French work tool—it may have upgraded to tableside cutlery, but its rugged durability remains. These steak knives with svelte, polished wooden handles maintain the same traditional silhouette, giving your cuts good leverage, and their blades are made with high-quality Swedish Sandvik steel. Choose from a silvery birch, a sleek and classy ebony or a warm olive wood finish. Add a set of four specialty steak knives to your kitchen arsenal—they’re from the cult-status French brand Opinel, who have been manufacturing high quality knives since 1890. (You might know them for their famed pocket knife, which happily travels wherever you go). Each piece features a wood-handled stainless steel blade made with care in the French Alps.

Free Standard Shipping on Orders $149+
and Easy-Breezy Returns

Speaking of steak? We've got the absolute best way to cook up a mean sirloin right here, according to lots and lots and lots of tests.