Sendero Pack

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Designed by Jerry Fisk, MS

White River Knives is honored to collaborate with Master Bladesmith Jerry Fisk, MS. Jerry designed, field tested, and has been personally involved in all decisions related to the making of these knives. This knife makes for an excellent lightweight field knife that can handle the task of processing game and much more without weighing down your pack. Includes a Kydex sheath.

  • 4.3 oz. weight
  • 3.25" Blade Length
  • 7.45" Overall Length
  • .100" Blade Thickness
  • CPM S35VN Steel
  • Rc. 58-60 Hardness
  • Kydex Sheath
Covered by the White River Knives Lifetime Guarantee: If you are not 100% satisfied with this knife, send it back for free repair or replacement no questions asked.

3 Reviews

  • 5
    Sendero Pack

    Posted by Hoss on Mar 25th 2024

    Perfect curves. This is my new carry knife either out bushwhacking or at home maintaining the hacienda. White River knives are the best.

  • 5

    Posted by Joel on Oct 19th 2023

    I really like the knife quality and size, it is a handy size that gets the job done.

  • 4
    Lightweight Powerhouse

    Posted by Nate B. on Jul 24th 2023

    I originally picked this up intending it to be used mostly as a bird, trout and rabbit knife. After two years of use, I have been very very impressed with this knife. Here are some quick pros/cons I've had, your mileage may very. The blade stock is super thin making this a laser for butchering and general kitchen use. It has quickly become my go-to skinning knife from squirrel to whitetail. It will also handle light duty camp chores and is decent wood carver. The handle has a great palm swell and feels great in my XL hands, the finger guard is also a welcome feature (the micarta isn't super grippy). Lastly, the weight on this knife is fantastic. It disappears on your belt or in your pack/pocket. Next are two things that didn't thrill me about this package. When sheathed, my blade can move around a decent bit and will rattle if knocked or bumped. The retention also feels weak, to me, and while my blade has never shaken free during normal use, it has popped out of the sheath when a sapling twig got stuck in one of the hollow handle pins. This is very disappointing because at this weight/size, this blade is a great candidate for a neck knife. It's also disappointing because I've had such great experiences with the White River Backpacker and FC 3.5. with no aftermarket sheath options too, I'm going to look at getting some custom kydex done. Overall, I love this knife. It's size/weight/shape make it an excellent hunting blade that can double up in the kitchen and around camp. While the sheath isn't ideal for me, it wouldn't stop me from recommending this knife to a buddy. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>!!Response from White River Knives: Hello Nate, and thank you for your feedback. All White River Knives are covered by our lifetime guarantee. If you are not 100% satisfied with your knife send it back for free repair or replacement. Please email with your address and we will send you a replacement sheath that has more retention free of charge.