They have golden brown skin almost entirely covered with fawn russetting.
Inside, they have yellowish white, firm, slightly-coarse flesh with a rich, spicy, sweet flavour.
The fruit ripens in late September. The tree is a reliable bearer.
For fresh-eating and cooking.
Razor Russet Apples were developed from a mutation of a limb on a Golden Delicious tree, found in the Browning Orchard near Wallingford, KY by a W. Armstrong (a specialist with the University of Kentucky.)