- Robust Bushcraft and survival knife developed with survival expert Lars Fält
- Strong tool steel; Durable in hard use such as wood splitting
- Scandinavian grind; Easy to carve with and easy to sharpen
- Stylish and durable handle in selected fine curly birch
- Very reliable for both general wilderness and longer expeditions
A very sturdy Bushcraft knife from Casström developed together with Bushcraft and survival expert Lars Fält. The knife is very versatile and ideal for general outdoor pursuits as well as longer expeditions. The knife blade is made from thick Böhler K720 tool steel with high carbon content to make the knife durable in hard use such as wood splitting. The steel properties along with the Scandinavian grinding make the blade robust while being easy to handle and easy to grind with a small flat sharpener in the woods. The full-tang construction, i.e. the blade goes all the way through the full width and length of the handle, makes the knife very durable and even if the handle is damaged in any way, the knife can still be used without problems. The handle design is straight and ergonomic and fits both big and small hands. The handle is made of selected curly birch treated with a traditional Scandinavian linseed oil mixture. A sturdy and deep sheath in cognac brown vegetable tanned leather and a leather strap for the handle is included.
About Lars Fält:
A living legend among Swedish survival and outdoor fans, and has published many books on this subject. Lars Fält founded the Swedish Armed Forces Survival School and was in charge there for many years. He has extensive experience as an instructor in the Swedish paratroopers and is a trained survival instructor at English SAS and the US Special Forces. He has also participated as an instructor in foreign relations from Arctic Canada to desert areas in Australia.