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Karesuando

Nivalainen

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  • Fixed Blade
  • 31,00000000
  • 15 cm
  • 3 mm
  • 300 g
  • Stainless Steel
  • Curly Birch Wood, Horn
  • Europe
  • Brown
  • Uncoated
  • Leather
  • 02KA096
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The Karesuando Nivalainen is a sturdy knife with a Nordic birch burl handle. The extraordinary end of the handle is made of reindeer horn , the hand protection is made of brass. The reliable stainless steel blade is hardened to 58...read more
The Karesuando Nivalainen is a sturdy knife with a Nordic birch burl handle. The extraordinary end of the handle is made of reindeer horn, the hand protection is made of brass. The reliable stainless steel blade is hardened to 58 HRC. With matching quiver sheath made of high-quality leather.
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Karesuando

Karesuando is a town in Lapland in the far north of Sweden. Located directly on the banks of the river Kaaresuvanto, which marks the border with Finland. In Karesuando, 250 km north of the Arctic Circle in the land of the elks, the reindeer, the midnight sun and the polar light, nordic knives are handmade according to old tradition. Karesuando has been a manufacturer since 1975 and since then has produced over one million blades. Only natural, traditional materials are used, such as oiled grains and reindeer horn as handle material, as well as selected cowhide for the sheaths.

Karesuando is a town in Lapland in the far north of Sweden. Located directly on the banks of the river Kaaresuvanto, which marks the border with Finland. In Karesuando, 250 km north of the... more

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