Top 5 best bushcraft pocket knives
Looking for a bushcraft pocket knife? We have got you covered! To make your choice easier we made a list of our top 5 bushcraft pocket knives. With whatever makes each knife perfect for this purpose.
Helle Kletten 662 bushcraft pocket knife
The Helle Kletten 662 is a compact bushcraft pocket knife. Because of its size you will always have room for it in your gear. The 5.5 cm long blade is enhanced with a scandi edge. Perfect for fine woodwork tasks and other small bushcraft tasks. As such the Helle Kletten is one of the best pocket knives to keep close during your bushcraft adventure. To accompany a larger fixed knife, for instance.
TOPS Fieldcraft Folder bushcraft pocket knife FCF-01, Leo Espinoza design
The TOPS Fieldcraft Folder is based on the popular TOPS BOB Fieldcraft bushcraft knife. A knife made for hard-use. In terms of shape and ergonomics this knife looks a lot like its fixed brother. The only difference, however, is that you can fold it. Are you looking for a large and robust bushcraft pocket knife? If so, this is the best choice.
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EKA Swede 8 Wood, 605608
The EKA Swede 8 is an affordable and reliable bushcraft knife. A solid backlock ensures that the knife doesn't accidentally close during use. The handle is made from stunning bubinga wood with ridges for extra grip. This knife comes with a solid nylon sheath to make sure you can carry it from your belt. As such you can always keep the EKA Swede close.
Casström Lars Fält Slipjoint 19004 pocket knife
The Casström Lars Fält Slipjoint was developed in cooperation with Lars Fält and therefore deserves a spot in this list. This Swedish survival expert is a real hero according to many enthusiasts. His books are used all over Sweden. This knife, like all above-mentioned knives, is enhanced with a functional scandi edge. You open this knife with two hands and a slipjoint prevents accidental closing. The knife doesn't have a real lock, making it legal in many places in Europe.
Opinel Explore No. 12 pocket knife, Orange
This Opinel Explore No. 12 is an outdoor pocket knife for the real bushcraft enthusiast. In addition to the razor-sharp blade it has been enhanced with a couple other practical tools. Think of an emergency whistle, firesteel, cutting hook and lanyard eye. As such it is one of the most versatile Opinel knives ever produced and a valuable addition to your gear. During food prep this knife excels due to its thin blade.
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