The Helle Lappland Knife can be used for cutting firewood, wood clearing, bone-breaking and other heavy jobs, along the lines of a machete. It also gets used for processing reindeer meat and hides.
The Helle Lappland Knife is styled after the traditional knives of the Sami people; indigenous peoples of northern Europe, who's territory today encompasses parts of northern Sweden, Norway, Finland and the Kola Peninsula of Russia. The best known Sami livelihood is semi-nomadic reindeer herding, and the Helle Lappland knife pays homage to these people and their traditions.
The Helle Lappland has a 21.4cm (8 1/2") blade, made from 12C27 stainless steel and also sports brass accessories and a very unique embossed sheath, making it a unique addition to any knife collection.
Helle Lappland Knife Specifications
- Blade Length: 21.4 cm
- Overall Length: 33.9 cm
- Handle: Birch with cast brass fittings
- Blade: Sandvik 12c27 stainless steel
- Includes Genuine Leather Etched Sheath
Helle Lappland Knife Lifetime Warranty
As an authorized dealer of Helle Knives of Norway, The Canadian Outdoor Equipment guarantees the authenticity of your purchase and ensures you're covered by the Helle lifetime warranty.