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Hultafors Outdoor Knife OK4

Hultafors Outdoor Knife OK4

HULTAFORS

Regular price $49.95 AUD
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The Hultafors Outdoor Knife OK4 is a durable knife with a friction grip for demanding tasks in the field. The blade has a scandi grind and is made from Japanese knife steel, 3.0 mm carbon steel that has been hardened to 58–60 HRC and has a rust-protective electrophoretic deposition coating to withstand corrosion.

  • Weight: 100g
  • Total length: 209 mm
  • Blade length: 93 mm extended tang makes the knife very durable
  • The cutting edge has a scandi grind for superior sharpness and is easy to resharpen
  • It has a protective electrophoretic deposition coating (EPD) for rust protection
  • The handle is made from super-durable PP plastic and fitted with a Santoprene friction grip
  • The textile belt loop allows up to 80mm wide belts and pack fitment and is equipped with a pocket for a fire steel
  • The spine of the knife blade is ground for use with a fire steel and
  • The measuring scale engraved on the blade side is optimized for outdoor usage

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