What They're Saying
This is the best folding knife I know of for working on game.
— David Petzal
The DiamondBlade knives were sharp, scary sharp, like nothing I'd ever seen.
— Roger Pinckney, Senior Editor, Sporting Classics magazine
Your blades are simply amazing. I've skinned 7-8 deer with the first knife of yours that I purchased a few years ago. It's still scary sharp...
— B. Ravnaas
In this age of hype and hoola it is refreshig to get exactly what you pay for - Quality!
— Tom Steck
it is now possible to own a knife that will outperform any knife ever made previously, with regard to edge holding, toughness and corrosion resistance of the edge.
— Tactical Knives magazine
How It's Made Season 31 Episode 12: Friction-forged knives
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ALASKA EXPEDITION COMPANY
Almost 30 years ago - before the Alaska reality shows - before DiamondBlade - before Knives of Alaska, Master Big Game Guide Charles and Jody Allen were there, 100 miles from the nearest dirt road in remote S.E. Alaska.  Living in Quonset hut style tents for six months at a time enduring brutal Alaska weather while building Alaska Expedition Co.’s “Driftwood Lodge”.  Our full service hunting and fishing lodge and the northern field-test facility for both Knives of Alaska & DiamondBlade Knives.
KNIVES OF ALASKA
The KOA mission, to build “finest quality outdoorsman’s knives”  eventually led to the development of DiamondBlade’s  patented Friction Forging process that created the finest, sharpest and longest lasting cutting edge of any knife in the world.   
Alaska is where we finalize our prototype designs under the most rugged field tests possible, working on the some of the largest game animals in the world.  All Knives of Alaska and DiamondBlade knives are subjected to the toughest field conditions.