The Mcusta MC-145G Shinra Mixture Bamboo, black pakka wood is a stylish Japanese gentleman's knife. The handle is made from stunning black pakka wood. This knife is enhanced with what Mcusta calls a bamboo pattern. This means, quite literally, that the handle is shaped like a piece of bamboo. It doesn't only look great, it also offers enough grip. The whole is complemented by stunning damascus steel bolsters. The transition from wood to steel bolsters was carried out perfectly. You hardly feel an edge when you move your finger over it. The spine of the blade is nicely rounded and the blade moves smoothly. When opened the blade is locked by a linerlock. This
version is enhanced with a remarkable blade with a core made from SPG2-powdered steel. An extremely hard type of steel that retains its sharpness for a long time. The core is laminated in between two layers of softer steel. As such you benefit from the hardness of the core and the flexibility of the laminated steel. When opened the blade is locked by a linerlock.
The Mcusta Date Masamune comes with a belt sheath, made from nylon and brown leather.
Mcusta: luxurious pocket knives from Japan
The Japanese Mcusta (Machine Custom Knives) produces top-quality knives. Enhanced with stunning materials such as graceful damast, micarta, anodized aluminium and remarkable types of wood. Mcusta knives are produced in Seki, ever since the 13th century in the centre of the Japanese knife industry. At Mcusta they pay a lot of attention to details. As such there is a lot of manual labour involved. The result is a remarkable pocket knife brand that produces gentleman's knives with a unique Japanese design. You will never find them like this anywhere else.