KaBar Adventure Piggyback knife
This is a Chinese-made flat, skeleton handle fixed blade knife about 6" overall with a blade just a bit less than 3". The blade has a clip point with good skinning belly designed for detail skinning and light general use. It is delivered very sharp. There are several advantages to this type of knife. It is inexpensive at less than $15, it is very light at 1 oz. with sheath, it is very flat allowing it to be carried just about anywhere, and it is extremely easy to clean. There are non-skid grooves just above the grip for the thumb and on the upswing of the clip point for the index finger for detail work.
The blade is long enough to slice a bagel, and wide enough to spread the peanut butter. Being a flat piece of steel, the knife can easily be wiped clean.
The sheath is molded plastic with a flat loop at the tip for hanging as a neck knife or dummy cording. The instruction say to push the knife into the sheath until you hear an audible click. Initially this is hard to do and I found it easier to put the tip of the sheath on the floor, insert the blade and give the back of the handle a tap with a mallet. After the initial seating the knife withdraws and inserts easily but you need to hear that click to lock it in.
The Piggyback can be worn as a neck knife, carried (sheathed) in the pocket or, my choice, inserted into a pouch on the front (or back) of a larger knife or machete.
About the only negative I see is that with heavy use (woodcarving, for instance), the thin grip may become uncomfortable. You can wrap a bandana around the handle temporarily if this is the case. The handle cutouts allow you to wrap cord around the grip but doing so would make the knife harder to clean.
Overall, the knife is an excellent value.