A very sturdy bushcraft knife from Casström developed together with wilderness and survival expert Lars Fält.
The Lars Falt knife is very versatile and ideal for general outdoor pursuits as well as longer expeditions.
The knife blade is made from thick Böhler K720 tool steel with a high carbon content to make the knife durable with hard use (such as for wood splitting).
The steel properties along with the Scandinavian grind make the blade robust while being easy to handle and easy to grind with a small flat sharpener in the woods.
The knife blade is full-tang.
The handle is made of selected curly birch treated with a traditional Scandinavian linseed oil mixture.
Comes supplied with a deep sheath in vegetable tanned leather.
- Total length 23 cm
- Blade length 11.5 cm
- Blade width 2.9 cm
- Blade thickness approx. 3.5 mm
- Weight 175g
- Steel Tool steel Böhler K720 (carbon steel)
- Hardness 58-60 HRC Sanding Scandinavian grinding
- Handle Selected Curly Birch with black fibre liners
- Sheath Deep pouch sheath in thick vegetable tanned leather
About Lars Fält:
Lars Fält is internationally regarded as one of the foremost experts in wilderness and survival skills. A large part of Lars’ life has been about bushcraft and survival. He founded the Swedish Armed Forces Survival School and was in charge there for many years. His interest in outdoor pursuits, survival and knives came early during his military career.
Lars Fält has extensive experience as an instructor with airborne units of the Swedish armed forces and has trained with British and US Special Forces.
He has also participated as an instructor with other overseas armed forces in terrain as varied as the Canadian arctic through to the Australian outback.
Whilst working with indigenous peoples in different parts of the world, Lars has developed a profound respect for their knowledge and view of life. Many of these contacts have followed Lars Fält throughout his life, and provided an important
source of knowledge and inspiration for the development and adaptation of survival techniques.
With the ending of his military career, Lars concentrated his efforts on spreading knowledge about the wilderness and survival techniques to the general public through education, lectures and the publication of a number of books.