Our knife owners love the MKC Speedgoat for its combination of lightness, toughness, and versatility. While there’s very little the drop point blade design can’t do, some hunters prefer a larger blade belly for skinning purposes. You spoke. We listened. The Stoned Goat was born.
The Stoned Goat combines the skeletonized, paracord-wrapped handle and overall length from the Speedgoat with the trailing point blade shape from the Stonewall — resulting in a knife that reduces the risk of unwanted punctures without sacrificing versatility or ultralight portability.
DETAILED BREAKDOWN OF FEATURES
Blaze Orange Cerakote™ Coating The Blaze Orange Cerakote™ coating is visually stunning. It also has a practical purpose. The baked-on Cerakote finish makes the Stoned Goat easy to clean and resistant to rust and wear. Enlarged Belly The Stoned Goat’s blade has more edge and less tip than the Stonewall, allowing for longer sweeping strokes (and fewer punctured hides). While the tip is less prominent, it’s still accessible for more detailed work and non-skinning jobs. 550 Paracord Handle Wrapping the handle in seven feet of 550 paracord was just as much for minimizing weight as maximizing versatility. The paracord can fix a broken boot lace, tie down a tent, hang meat in a tree, or help in any number of unexpected, emergency situations. And when the paracord is removed from the handle, the Stoned Goat still fits securely in its sheath.
Free Sharpening For Life & Beyond:
Generations® is our promise to restore your knife to its original, unmatched working condition. MKC will clean, sharpen, repair, and even reshape your blades when necessary, as well as rewrapping handles free of charge. While we perform all necessary sharpening and maintenance, our aim is not to return your knife to its brand new appearance. Learn more about MKC Generations Promise.
Each Montana Knife Company™ Stoned Goat - Blaze Orange Cerakote™ comes with an exclusive Kydex sheath. This click-in locking sheath can be adjusted for either horizontal or vertical carry, left or right-hand placement, and varying blade retention. The reversible quick-attach belt clip also lets you attach the sheath without removing or unclasping your belt. And at just 2 oz, it’s still economical for your ultralight needs.
Great blade. I would love to see a non paracord grip option for both the stoned goat, mini goat, and speed goat. I am very happy with the blades. That is why I keep buying them!
Thanks for the feedback! The 'Goat' models are named as such for how lightweight (and therefore fast) they are - we achieve these ultra lightweights largely due to the paracord! Thank you for your support!
Just what you want in a knife
This knife is lite weight sharp quality and feels like you want to put it to good use.
Thanks for the great feedback! The Stoned Goat is the perfect mix between the larger Stonewall Skinner blade shape and the size and ultra lightweight of the Speedgoat. It's a fan favorite and shop favorite alike - and glad you like it!
Extremely light, versatile, and easy to carry. Bought this with the intention of using it for buck season. Been carrying it everyday since it arrived. It’s crazy low profile and light, but enough to hold onto. Feels comfortable in hand. Highly recommend
The Stoned Goat is a great knife for EDC as well as in the field. Once you use it on an animal it will be hard to switch to anything else! Good luck out there this season and thanks for the great review!
I love this knife broke down two elk with it and a Speedgoat. my favorite all around skinning knife.
The belly on the Stoned Goat was modeled after the larger Stonewall Skinner - it provides extra 'real estate' so to speak for each pass when skinning! Glad you like it and thank you for the review!
The stoned goat
Feels great in hand,have not used yet but attached to my pack with ease,making it very asseable when I do. American made quality.
That's great to hear! Don't forget that should you ever choose to carry the Stoned Goat differently, you can adjust the clip on the kydex sheath by removing the two screws and rotating the clip. Thank you for the feedback and the review!