Helle’s Myra Knife Honors The Brand’s First Blade Design

May 28, 2019

Category: Gear

Over eight decades ago, the Helle brothers invested their talent in constructing a knife that can hold up against the fierce elements of Norway’s rugged coast. They built the carver on a small farm called Myra, penning the first chapter of their now beloved brand. The 2019 Helle Myra Knife is a novel design that honors the start of the company.

The knife has a 2.8-inch blade made from sturdy triple laminated stainless steel, making it ideal for any daily cutting or slicing task you need to accomplish. Constructed from a mix of curly birch, darkened oak, and genuine leather, the well-proportioned 4-inch handle is beautiful. It comes with a genuine leather sheath with red stitching to match the red leather accents found on the handle. If you’re looking to pick up one of these handsome, minimalist knives, you should pull the trigger now since the Myra is limited to only 1,000 examples. The knife is available right this second for $139.

Purchase: $139

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