The Brisa Trapper 95 is an incredibly popular bushcraft knife. The Trapper 95 is praised for its price-quality ratio and versatility. The knife feels great in hand which means you have a lot of control over the knife as you use it for hunting and bushcraft purposes. The small finger guard ensures that you stay in control during use, and won't slip and end up on the blade. A clever design.
The knife is enhanced with a full-tang blade which means it is extra strong. The blade is made from O1-steel. A simple, tough type of steel that is easy to sharpen. O1 is not stainless. As such it will form a nice patina in time. This type of steel, however, will also greatly benefit from a drop of oil once in a while. The blade is enhanced with a flat grind. This means that the blade has been sharpened from the spine towards the edge. As such it is nice and thin behind the edge.
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 knife comes with a handmade leather sheath. This sheath is enhanced with a dangler belt loop that has enough room for belts up to 5.0 cm wide.
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.