The blade is 2 mm thick and 59 mm long, or in this case, short. This means that the knife is simple and efficient to keep in your pocket or rucksack, and you still get all the benefits of strength and safety from the fixed blade.
The blade is made of 12C27, a high quality Swedish stainless steel that is treated through Morakniv's unique processes in their factory in Mora. What’s more, the handy size of the blade suits the varied situations you can encounter on your hike, camping trip or when hunting. The knife has a secure grip made out of two different polymers and a click lock, making the knife safe to handle. Perfect for both new and experienced adventurers.
The color of Dalarna
The colors of Eldris are inspired by Morakniv's surrounding region and their history. The black of coal is never far away if you go out in the forests around Mora. Suddenly you’ll happen upon an old charcoal pit or the remains of one. The well-known Dala red (or Falu red) color gets its pigments from the Falu copper mines. Since as far back as the 1700s, the familiar red-painted houses with white frames have spread across the country and become an international symbol for Sweden and the county of Dalarna.
As well as the Dala red color, Morakniv also has a Dala blue, which can be seen on everything from building details to clothes. It’s even in their regional coat of arms, together with the crossed arrows and the royal crown. The moss green color is inspired by the nature and unique surroundings of the area around Lake Siljan. Deep in the forests they find the calm and inspiration for this green hue. Finally, they have the golden ocher color, taken from the Dalarna paintings of the 1600's, and also the folk costumes that people in Mora have worn since time immemorial.
Included in delivery: knife + sheath
Material: blade: stainless Sandvik steel
Weight supplement: manufacturer's specs