I'm not sure which knives in the Case line you're asking about but I'm guessing it's the TecX series. https://caseknives.com/collections/tecx
These have been around for several years, Case's response to the customer base that likes this sort of knife. They're contracted from a Chinese source and made a lot of Case " made in America" purists upset when they were introduced. Case does not own the factory where these are made.
Personally I don't like anything made in China but I can understand a company not wanting to lose market share. The TecX knives I have examined are of good quality. You can see the price point in the URL link I provided. I don't own any and do not intend to.
Oops just noticed you referenced the 10265 pattern which negates my response above. However I think the same principle applies - an attempt to satisfy a segment of the customer base. Case has made bolsterless knives throughout their history. Sometimes called "shadow bolsters" . The carbon fiber? Why not - they use everything else under the sun!