The Casström Lars Fält Knife is a fixed bushcraft knife, designed by outdoor legend Lars Fält. He has been a widely respected expert in the field of bushcraft and survival skills for many years. He has written many books and has been organising fieldtrips in the great outdoors for years. If someone knows what a good knife should adhere to, it is Lars Fält.
The blade has a traditional drop point shape. As such you can easily use it during wood work. The edge has a scandi grind. The blade is made from Sleipner steel. This is a type of steel that is similar to the D2-steel. Very tough and easy to sharpen. Important to oil the blade after use: Sleipner is not stainless.
The handle is made from a nice piece of curly birch wood. That is birch root wood. Casström has stabilized this wood to make it as sustainable as possible. A black liner is placed between the wood and the handle. This looks amazing and at the same time it absorbs the blows between the handle and the blade.
As you are used to from Casström, the handle is very ergonomically designed. It feels great in hand, even during long-term use. The blade is quite long in comparison to the handle. This allows you to baton slightly thicker stems and branches without the blade becoming too long.
A sturdy leather case is included to safely carry the Casström Lars Falt knife with you. This has a belt loop for belts up to 6 cm.