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.