Anyone looking for a good all-around fixed blade should check out the Morakniv Kansbol. The Kansbol was developed to be a lightweight yet robust knife that can handle a wide variety of cutting tasks and won't break the bank. We think you'll agree its a great design and a solid option for the bushcrafter on a budget.
The Blade: The blade of the Kansbol consists of your typical scandi grind, but with a large profile ground into the front half for more detailed chores. It is made from quality Swedish stainless steel which will hold a decent edge and still be easy to sharpen in the field. The spine of the knife is ground flat for firestarting and everything comes scary sharp from the Mora factory in Sweden.
The Handle: Mora has always been known for making comfortable handles and the Kansbol really shines here. The handle is made from a durable polymer with a diamond pattern and well rounded grip. We tend think of it as just the right blend of ergonomics and texture. A single slot is present toward the end of the handle which can be used for a lanyard or attaching your favorite fire starter.
The Sheath: A molded polymer sheath comes standard with this knife, complete with a removable belt loop.
|Blade Material||Sandvik 12C27|
|Handle Material||TPE Rubber|
|Sheath Weight||1.20 oz.|
|Country of Manufacture||Sweden|