Creating quality Swedish knives since 1981, Morakniv recently won the Scandinavian Outdoor Award for a knife design that’s simple, yet innovative. Morakniv’s Floating Serrated Knife does exactly what its name advertises; however, the devil is truly in the details.
Built to be a great companion for kayaking and boating, although it works perfectly for hiking as well, it is the first of its kind, boasting a brand new handle technology. Made from a highly visible orange polymer core that’s surrounded by cork, this knife not only floats, but can be easily spotted if it happens to go overboard. The coil-formed, ergonomic handle provides a tight grip whether it’s wet or dry, and doesn’t transmit cold, so you can comfortably use it for whatever task is at hand. Additionally, the 3.7” stainless steel blade is distinctly designed to cut rope and even nylon, with a rounded tip and sturdy finger guard for safety. Taking a look at the sheath, it’s made from polymer, just like the handle’s core, and has a belt clip and smart button, allowing you to link up several knives together. This light 3.07oz knife will be available in the U.S. later this year.
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