About ClassicThis knife has been developed and improved over more than century, and has been used by generations of carpenters and craftsmen. Users often explain that they like the knives because they are good to work with and feel right. The red wooden handle is made of painted birch wood. The blade is made of carbon steel, making it easy to re-sharpen. Remember though this it needs to be maintained so wipe the blade and oil it after usage.Blade thickness: 2,5 mmBlade length: 106 mmTotal length: 210 mmMorakniv has been granted Royal Purveyor by His Majesty the King of Sweden. To be eligible for a royal warrant a company must supply goods or services to a member of the Royal Family. These companies may use the Greater Coat of Arms to indicate that they are holders of a royal warrant. A Morakniv is always a knife made in Sweden. A Morakniv knife is always made in Mora, and each knife that leaves our factory holds the traditions and knowledge that we’ve gained over the years. Each knife is made to the highest quality so you can rest assured that your Morakniv knife is always there for you. It also holds those cherished memories of childhood adventures, and your hopes of memories still to be made. That’s why Morakniv is always a part of you. Yesterday, today and tomorrow.A knife from Morakniv is a robust tool that is meant to last. Morakniv guarantees that our knives are free from material, construction, or workmanship defects for the life of the product, and will last under normal use by following the care instructions. If the knife is defective due to materials, construction or workmanship, we will repair it at no cost or replace it with a new knife of the same or an equivalent model.* Morakniv is proud and well known for our high quality. Our customers shall feel confident in buying a Morakniv and that it will last for a long time under tough conditions.*Read more about the terms of the warranty on www.morakniv.se
Morakniv Classic has been developed by Morakniv for over a century, and has been utilized by generations of carpenters and wood carvers. The tradition can be explained by the knives – with their classic red birchwood handle – being pleasant to work with and having just the right feel. Carbon steel blade and polymer sheath.