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Couteaux à trancher la viande

Carve up some delicacies with Parts Town’s large selection of breaking knives, featuring top brands like Victorinox.

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  • Victorinox 5.7203.20-X2 8 In Breaking Knife
    • Expédié et vendu par: TundraFMP Restaurant Supply
    • Fab: Victorinox
    • N° pièce fab: 5.7203.20-X2
    • VCNX5.7203.20-X2
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  • Victorinox 5.7200.20-X2 8 In Breaking Knife
       
    • Fab: Victorinox
    • N° pièce fab: 5.7200.20-X2
    • VCNX5.7200.20-X2
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  • Victorinox 5.7203.25-X1 10 In Breaking Knife
       
    • Fab: Victorinox
    • N° pièce fab: 5.7203.25-X1
    • VCNX5.7203.25-X1
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Best Breaking Knives

You’ll find breaking knives in every reputable butcher’s knife block. They’re typically 8 to 12 inches in length, curve into a sharp point and showcase a thin, flexible blade ideal for carving up large projects. At Parts Town, we know quality and safety often go hand in hand. That’s why we only stock from the most reputable brands on the market. In our extensive online catalog, we house 8-inch and 10-inch Victorinox breaking knives for professional butchers, hunters and your average griller alike.

What Is a Curved Breaking Knife Used for?

Breaking knives, often confused with cimeters, is a type of butcher knife primarily used for cutting up large chunks of meat, particularly beef and oftentimes right off the carcass. Their curved blade is designed to trim fat, get in between bones and provide leverage to break skin. Butchers will reach for their breaking knife when they want to divide the meat into long strips for market. Its sharp edge and curved construction provides the necessary assistance to chop through bones, ligaments and cartilage without having to apply much force.