Current exhibitor list IWA OutdoorClassics 2022
More than 800 exhibitors from over 50 countries have already registered for IWA OutdoorClassics 2022. All registered exhibitors can be found in the current exhibitor list:
Exhibitor list (as of: 26.07.2021)
The exhibitor & product database of IWA OutdoorClassics 2021 shows all exhibitors who were registered for this exhibition. [status: 20.05.2021]
The OTTER company was founded around 1840 in Solingen in a small cottage - a traditional, water-powered grinding shop.. The name comes from the fish otters that lived on the banks and streams of the Bergisches Land at that time. These adorn the company's products as a logo.
OTTER knives are still made in Solingen using traditional methods.
Another brand under OTTER knives is the hunting and outdoor series "ROTWILD". The use of high-quality knife steels and materials reflects the company philosophy of the manufactory.
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Hunting knife Milan, RWF 04 B MI
The Milan RWF 04 is the most compact fixed model in the Rotwild series. Handiness and stability, combined with a short cutting edge, make it a powerful companion. Blade grind and strength are up to any task. The deep finger recess and the ergonimic handle offer a variety of options for every direction. The knife fits perfectly in the hand and allows you to work comfortably for a long time.
Large Hippekniep, 145 WNB
The fact that the large hippeknieps (goat knives) were once used as working knives in agriculture can still be seen today in the sturdy and simple construction. The pocket knives combine tradition and craftsmanship. The precise workmanship, coupled with European woods, give the knife its charm. The plates and rivets are made of brass. The blade is made of C75 carbon steel.
Pocket knife Finn, 155 RAEU
Early forms of the Finnish knife have been in use in Scandinavia since the Stone Age. This type of knife is still popular today, especially in northern Europe, where it is widely used as an all-purpose knife, whether for hunting, fishing or for various crafts. They are considered a classic knife of the Sami (indigenous people of the northern regions of Finland, Sweden, Norway and Russia) and are part of the traditional costume of the ethnic groups.
Our Finn pocket knife is as modern as it is elegant. Its clear, unadorned shape shows off the wood of the handle to its best advantage. The blade is made of stainless N690 Böhler steel. Due to the low blade thickness of 2mm, it can be ground to a very sharp edge.
Mercator Brass with leather strap, 10-726 LB
Simple, functional, robust. The knife with a history of over 100 years. It was a constant companion of Kaiser Wilhelm's army around 1900. Even today, it is valued worldwide for its minimalist and solid style. The knife is assembled and riveted by hand. The result is a pocket knife with a slim design of approx. 7mm. This robust pocket knife has been produced by OTTER in Solingen since 1995.
This model has a handle made of brass. The noble look of the metal is completed by the embossed Otter and the matted surface. Despite the elegant appearance, this Mercator knife also has the usual features.
Please note: As brass is a very soft material, small machining marks cannot always be avoided during knife manufacture. These are not a defect, but testify to the individuality of the knife.
Anchor Knife Bone with leather strap, 173 KN LB
Functionality and simple beauty - these are the attributes that distinguish this classic from the house of OTTER. The anchor knife is a real eye-catcher. The brass anchor embedded in the bone handle and the blued carbon steel blade give this knife a very special flair. There is a hole at the end of the handle for pulling a cord through. The blade is a hoof blade, which is particularly well suited for drawing cuts.
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