The Mora Kansbol 12634 is an all-round outdoor knife that will appeal to many different users. Striking is the grind on the blade. From the handle the blade is approximately 2.4 mm thick. Halfway through, however, the blade becomes thinner until the end towards a thickness of 1.0 mm at the tip. As such the Kansbol is a little lighter, but because of the thicker part at the end of the blade still incredibly strong.
The blade is made from Sandvik 12C27 steel. A stainless steel that retains its sharpness well. The scandi-edge is razor-sharp and easy to maintain. Specifically for wood work a scandi grind is perfect. Because of the thinner tip the Kansbol excels at both detailed jobs and the more demanding tasks. In addition to wood work and such we believe you can also use the thin tip to carry out kitchen tasks in the camp.
The spine on the blade is very sharp. This could appear to be a disadvantage, until you try to use a firesteel. The sparks will fly! You notice that this was clearly thought through.
The handle is made from polymer, with a TPE rubber finish around the core. Very sustainable and offers you enough grip. When you hold the Kansbol it will immediately give you a feeling of familiarity.
Mora Kansbol sheath options
This version of the Kansbol comes in a simple sheath with leather belt loop. It is also available with a multi-mount sheath for additional mountings options.