The third in a series of Helle knives designed with Survivorman, Les Stroud. The Helle Wabakimi combines Helle’s 85 years of crafting traditional Scandinavian knives with Stroud’s mastery of primitive skills. The latest addition is a medium sized, well-balanced knife small enough for hip carry, yet amply sized to make precise cutting and long carving sessions comfortable and efficient.
The new knife fits between the larger, best selling Temagami (2010), a practical wilderness knife, and the light and compact Mândra (2017) neck knife. Featuring a three-quarter, partial tang reinforced with two robust pins, the handle is made from curly birch wood with a lanyard hole and a 3.3-inch drop point blade using Helle’s renowned triple laminated steel.
This is a high quality bushcraft knife that fills the hand and has a blade small enough to be nimble, yet big enough for most eventualities.
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