The strong blade fashioned from 11-layered Suminagashi steel has a cutting core made of Blue Paper Steel, which is famed for its sharpness and durability. In the outer layers, the smith uses a combination of copper, brass and stainless steel to give the blade a fascinating look. The light-coloured rattan strapping contrasts beautifully with the black paint on the wooden handle. Ferule with hand guard. Including a thick black leather sheath with belt loop. Not rustproof, hardened to 64 HRC.
Saji's outdoor knives - hand forged in perfection
The Japanese master smith Takeshi Saji uses traditional components to fashion utility knives that have revolutionised the market - not only in Japan. Blades of multi-layered steel make these knives feasts for the eyes, while the steel used for the cutting edges lends exceptional sharpness and durability. The size of the handles is designed with European hands in mind, while a firm attachment of the tang and anti-slip features ensure that these knives are also ideal for heavy use. Saji's knives are characterised by highly functional design and a rustic finish alongside exceptional value for money. The master engraves his signature by hand on each of the blades. Double-bevelled.
- Blade length135 mm
- Blade thickness3.9 mm
- Overall length270 mm
- Weight200 g
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