Morakniv Eldris Fixed Blade

Dec 29, 2016

Category: Gear

Don’t buy into the Crocodile Dundee-inspired idea of knives. Just because something is big doesn’t necessarily make it better and vice versa. It is entirely possible to have a useful, durable, and effective blade in a surprisingly small package. Or at least that’s the case with this offering from Morakniv.

The brand’s smallest fixed blade to date, the Eldris is no less impressive. Made in Sweden, this tiny knife features a 2.3 inch blade made from high quality 12C27 stainless steel. The 3.3 inch handle is made from TPE rubber, which offers a superb grip even out on the trails and in inclement weather. It also comes with a polymer sheath, into which the knife stores for both safety and security, making this fixed blade ideal for both newcomers and seasoned adventurers. Get your hands on this small-but-effective outdoorsman’s knife for just $25. [Purchase]

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