Swedish knife specialist Mora introduces the Kansbol
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Swedish fishing and outdoor leisure knife manufacturer, Mora, has introduced the new Kansbol, an advanced knife created specifically with country pursuits in mind.
Offering the flexibility of a lightweight knife paired with robust strength, the high-quality Kansbol is described as the ultimate, partner for fishing, hunting and shooting this season.
It is perfect for performing a wide range of tasks in the field, from making wooden splints and lighting the fire, to experimenting with Bushcraft or preparing fish or game. Its ¾ length, 2.5mm stainless steel blade is strong yet flexible and features a profile grind to offer increased precision.
The knife also features a thinner section that is optimised for delicate tasks like skinning or filleting. A ground spine means that the Kansbol is also compatible with a firestarter, making it easy to get a camp fire going so that you can cook your catch.
Secure and comfortable to hold, the Kansbol’s handle features a durable and robust polypropylene centre combined with an outer shell in TPU, a rubbery polymer that offers a firm, non-slip grip. A hole at the end of the knife’s handle is ideal for securing a lanyard in order to keep the Kansbol close to hand and it comes with a durable and protective plastic sheath and with a built-in click lock for increased peace of mind. The Kansbol is also available with a Multi-Mount compatible sheath.
All manufactured in the Swedish town after which the company is named, Mora knives are said to be set apart from the competition by a highly expert hardening and tempering process which results in incredibly hard and strong blades. An advanced grinding process results in a multi-angled blade that offers outstanding sharpness and performance.
A company, which now manufactures over three million blades a year, Mora started its journey in 1891 and every knife is still produced in the original factory in Sweden. Mora Knives are made by appointment to the King of Sweden.