Karesuando knives are made in Sweden roughly 250 kilometers north of the Arctic Circle and built for a life in one of the most rugged places on the planet. These wood-handled knives from Karesuando are perfect for field dressing game after the hunt and whittling some wood by the campfire, or if you’re like me and often use pocket knives for mundane activities they’re perfect for everyday carry.
Here we see two knives, the Karesuando Nallo Button Lock Folding Knife which comes with a Brown wood or Natural wood handle, and the Karesuando Wilderness Fixed Blade Knife. Both are incredible and both are made with some of the finest craftsmanship around, seeing is believing with these knives because they’re as functional as they are gorgeous.
The Nallo Button Lock Folding Knife is made with a birchwood handle, stainless steel blade and bolster, it also comes with a leather sheath and lanyard. It features a drop point blade, button lock safety system, Karesuando inlay shield, braided leather lanyard with bone bead trim, and the Curly Beechwood handles are oiled to ensure they withstand the elements for a lifetime.
The Karesuando Wilderness Fixed Blade Knife also has a drop point blade but as the name implies, this is a fixed blade so it is housed in a sheath. I personally prefer to carry a fixed blade knife for everyday carry when I can because they just feel sturdier in my hand but I know this is a matter of personal preference.
The Beechwood handle is also oiled to withstand the harsh elements and the ergonomic handle is built for ambidextrous use (left or right-handed). You can shop all of the Karesuando Knives by clicking any of those links above or the ‘shop now’ link below!
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