Knife makers have been emulating George W. Sears’ , AKA Nessmuk, favored knife design ever since he wrote Woodcraft. The design is traditionally characterized by a distinctive overall “S” curve shape with a bull nose blade. However, many makers like to put their own spin on it.
One of the most distinctive versions I have seen lately comes from Lerman Custom Knives. It is obvious at a glance that it is a Nessmuk and yet it has been stretched and modernized in a very attractive way. It is both traditional and modern at the same time and the combination is striking.
Check out Lerman Custom Knives.