The EnZo Nessmuk 125 is a solid fixed knife. The first thing you notice is the wavy blade and the fact that the knife is broader at the tip. This classic shape is what we call a Nessmuk style blade. This type of knife is mostly used to gut game and prepare food. Knives with a Nessmuk style blade are for that reason mostly popular amongst hunters or people who love to go camping or hiking. Because the blade is broader at the tip the blade is not only sturdier, you can also use this broad tip as an improvised spoon.
the Brisa Nussmuk has a full-tang construction. This means that the steel of the blade runs throughout the handle and follows the shape of the handle. The result is the strongest construction you can have with a fixed knife. The Nessmuk has a 80CrV2 steel blade. A sturdy carbon type of steel that is often used in the Finnish knife industry.
The handle is made from canvas micarta. A composite material that is comprised of linen and synthetic resin. The textile fibres expand when wet. As such you have even more grip over the knife. Great to use and it doesn't ask for any maintenance. The red liners give the knife a luxurious look and feel. The liners also have a practical function; it limits the action between the handle material and the blade.
The Brisa Nessmuk 125 comes with a stunning handmade leather sheath.
From EnZo Knives to Brisa Knives
You might have been familiar with this product under another name: 'EnZo'. In 2019, however, EnZo decided to change its name to Brisa. The production, quality and the company behind the brand, however, remained the same. As such you still end up with the same good price-quality ratio you have grown accustomed to.