Finland is known for producing utilitarian yet decorative Puukkos which means Knives in English. Puukkos have been made in Finland by the Sami peoples since the introduction of steel to their homeland in Northern Finland. Since 1928, J Marttiini has crafted a wide variety of popular Puukko style finnish knives made with natural Scandinavian materials and Sami design.
Marttiini's traditional Lapp Knife range is a collection of knives with handles made of distinctively beautiful curly birch wood. J Marttiini Lapp Knife 235 is an excellent choice for a beginner knife user or someone who is not accustomed to using knives. The knife is built with a finger guard, which provides another level of safety for the knife user. You can get a good grip of the knife not allowing your hand to slip on to the blade in wet or cold conditions.
This Lapp knife is an excellent general knife suitable for both trappers and hunters. The 4.33" stainless chrome steel blade has a beautifully etched engraving featuring a Lappish theme, whilst the pattern on the leather sheath also carries the strong Lappish spirit. The sheath also features a secure snap closure and loop so you may attach the it to your belt loop.
- Length of Blade 11 cm / 4.33"
- Length of Handle: 11 cm / 4.33"
- Blade Material: stainless chromium steel
- Blade Hardness: 53-54 Rockwell units (HRC)
- Handle Material: curly birch, varnished
- Sheath Material: leather
- Designed in Finland, Made in Finland
- Vendor Number: 235010
- Care Instructions: A diamond sharpener is recommended for stainless chromium steel blades.
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