The first mention of a Nessmuk knife was in George Washington Sears book on camping "Woodcraft", first published in 1884. Sears favoured a hatchet for chopping and a (Nessmuk) knife for cutting efficiency.
The Joker Nessmuk Knife is a full-tang bushcraft knife with a typical leaf-shaped blade made of Sandvik 14C28N stainless steel with a blade length of 11cm, a thickness of 3.7 mm, and a handle length of 11.8 cm.
The handle is clad in two curly birch scales with elegant black liners, fixed securely to the handle with elegant brass pins.
The knife is accompanied by a top quality, stitched and riveted brown leather sheath. The two-position belt and "dangler" belt loop allows this sheath to be positioned so that it is always to hand.
Joker knives are proudly manufactured in Spain under the Denomination of Origin of Albacete.