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Eldris, Garberg & Kansbol
Eldris. A part of your adventure
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Eldris
A part of your adventure
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Morakniv Eldris is a pocket size fixed blade knife that will amaze you with its versatility. The knife has a precision blade and ground spine compatible with a fire starter. It’s compact design and all-round convenience will make you love it right away and you’ll never leave the house without it, making your Morakniv a part of you.
The blade is 2 mm thick and 56 mm long (or in this case short). It is made of high-quality Swedish stainless steel (12C27) that is treated to the highest quality in our own factory. Add to this the convenient size of the blade, suitable for many outdoor tasks encountered on the hike as well as the camping or hunting trip. A secure grip of two different polymers and a click locks makes it safe to handle. Perfect for both new and more experienced explorers.
Created for you in Mora, Sweden
“The Eldris knife has been in our minds for a long time, the small knife that fits easily in your pocket or hanging around your neck. Most times the modern outdoor life doesn’t need much more than this knife. You could say that this is our interpretation of the folding knives that are very popular today, but Eldris has the advantages of the rigid features of a fixed blade”, says Arvid Larsson, Design Engineer at Morakniv.
Wherever you go
A pocket size knife is easy to bring with you, no matter the size of your adventure. For a day long hike it’s perfect for creating splinters for the self-evident fire, or for a smaller carving project. For the longer outdoor adventure or for the hunt, it will surprise with its strength and versatility. Eldris will allow you to work close to the game you are skinning and will be easily accessible in your breast or leg pocket in cases of instant need.
Explore the possibilities of Eldris
You can also take your Morakniv Eldris to the next level with the flexible neck knife kit. It enables an even greater use of the knife. Hang it around your neck with the multi-purpose paracord and carry it even more safely using the secondary lock. The minimalist fire starter is perfect for starting a warming fire or lighting a camping stove.
The names that tell our story: Eldris
Many small cottages and barns. The cattle graze on the plot outside and every morning starts before sunrise with milking the cows or goats. This was the scenery of the Swedish ‘fäbod’, a place where people historically spent their summers to work and let their cattle run free in the surrounding nature. Every village had their own ‘fäbod’, many times even two or more. This way, our ancestors could walk with their cattle from one settlement to another during the summer. In the region around Mora there have always been many ‘fäbodar’ and many of them still exist today.
One of these ‘fäbodar’ is called Eldris. It belonged to the village located on the opposite bank of the river from our factory. In early June, people walked here with their cattle. In the evenings they gathered around the fire, telling stories of ancient times and legends of the woods. To name our pocket size knife Eldris after the place and the people who lived there is our way of paying tribute to our roots. Our ancestors and the surroundings of Mora are all parts of who we at Morakniv are today. The Eldris knife - the flexible companion when doing everything from crafting to lighting the evening fire - is our interpretation of the life once lived at the ’fäbod’ of Eldris.
Instagram #eldris
1. Coil shape
The coil shape in the heart of the knife is strongly related to the heritage of Morakniv. The knife with the red coil shaped handle is probably as well known as the famous Dala horse in Sweden.
2. Pattern
The rhombus pattern is a traditional pattern that is present in many variations in Mora and the region of Dalarna. In the handle, the pattern provides a significantly improved grip.
3. Scandi grind
The knife is grinded with a scandi grind which makes it easy to keep sharp.
4. Blade finish
The blade has a semi-matte finish appreciated among the outdoor community.
5. Steel
The blade is 2 mm thick and 56 mm long (or in this case short). It is made of high-quality Swedish stainless steel (12C27) that is treated to the highest quality in our own factory.
6. Hole
The rear part of the handle has a hole for fastening a Lanyard, rope or other gadgets according to preference.
7. Secure grip
The outer shell is made of TPE, a rubbery polymer that provides a firm and secure grip. The core of the handle, visible in the barrel shape, is made of polypropylene. It is a polymer that makes the knife and the handle very rugged.
8. Handle shape
The symmetrical handle allows flexible use of the knife with a two-way fit in the sheath. The drop design on the back is big enough to keep the knife steady in your hand.
9. Grinded spine
The spine of the blade is ground to make the edge perfect for use with a fire starter. This means that you do not need to use the edge of the blade when starting your fire, which makes your knife stay sharp for longer.
10. Pocket size
The knife’s design makes it a more durable and rough option to a folding knife. When our knife is placed in the sheath it is small enough to be carried in a pocket. And when used, the feeling of working with a fixed blade knife is simply unprecedented.
Garberg
A part of your adventure
The full tang phenomenon
Morakniv Garberg is a powerful full tang knife designed to perform the toughest tasks it encounters. Manufactured at our factory in Mora, Sweden, it's the most robust knife we've ever made. The 3.2 mm thick blade is made from high grade Swedish stainless steel, treated to make it even stronger and more durable. The blade has a Scandi-grind profile that makes it easy to keep sharp and a ground spine compatible with a fire starter. Whatever adventure you're on you won’t want to be without it, making your Morakniv a part of you.
Garberg is designed to meet the long-time wishes from our most dedicated users, as well as the desires of the knife lovers that haven’t yet discovered the world of Morakniv. The knife is developed to handle the most challenging tasks it may be exposed to and comes in two different versions: The exclusive leather sheath or the Multi-mount with a polymer sheath.
Created for you in Mora, Sweden
“We wanted to achieve our vision of the ideal full tang knife. That means we need to understand the users. What will they use it for? How will they grip it and work with it? Even store and carry it? Once we understand that we can customize the knife’s characteristics accordingly”, says Arvid Larsson, Design Engineer at Morakniv.
Genuine feel and hard core materials
The knife is developed to handle the most challenging tasks it may be exposed to. Our full tang model is the most robust knife we’ve ever made and has a genuine Morakniv design. We’ve used the best and most rugged materials in every part of the knife, from the handle to the blade. As with all our knives, it’s produced in our own factory in Mora, Sweden.
Exclusive leather for your exclusive knife
In this exclusive version, Garberg is delivered in a unique and vigorous black leather sheath made from 3 mm thick premium high quality black leather. It's probably best choice when it comes to durability in a heavy-duty knife sheath that is repeatedly put to the test. In a serious survival situation you need to be sure you will not lose your knife. At the same time, you also need to be confident that you are able to reach and use it within seconds. To be sure that your knife is readily accessible and won’t get lost, this cover is the perfect solution.
Always close by with the Multi-Mount
Together with the Multi-Mount fastening system, your Morakniv Garberg is just seconds away. Place it on your snowmobile, canoe, or ATV - when the knife is placed in the holder it can take a bumpy ride on any vehicle. It allows the knife to be mounted virtually anywhere you want and is compatible with the MOLLE standard mounting system. It also has strategically placed screw holes and slots for different types of straps.
The names that tell our story: Garberg
Many small cottages and barns. The cattle graze on the plot outside and every morning starts before sunrise with milking the cows or goats. This was the scenery of the Swedish ‘fäbod’, a place where people historically spent their summers to work and let their cattle run free in the surrounding nature. Every village had their own ‘fäbod’, many times even two or more. This way, our ancestors could walk with their cattle from one settlement to another during the summer. In the region around Mora there have always been many ‘fäbodar’ and many of them still exist today.
One of these ‘fäbodar’ is called Garberg. It originally belonged to the village outside of Mora where our factory’s located today and all our knives are made, at the shore of a large lake. Here, people have been working hard for centuries, facing the challenges of nature and the demanding self-sufficient life. To name our full tang knife Garberg after the place and the people who lived there is our way of paying tribute to our roots. The Garberg knife - the proud, strong and hard working tool that gladly faces every challenge - is our interpretation of the life once lived at the ’fäbod’ of Garberg.
Instagram #garberg
1. Coil shape
The coil shape in the heart of the knife is strongly related to the heritage of Morakniv. The knife with the red coil shaped handle is probably as well known as the famous Dala horse in Sweden.
2. Pattern
The rhombus pattern is a traditional pattern that is present in many variations in Mora and the region of Dalarna. In the handle, the pattern provides a significantly improved grip.
3. Scani grind
The knife is grinded with a scandi grind which makes it easy to keep sharp.
4. Blade finish
The blade has a semi-matte finish appreciated among the outdoor community.
5. Steel
The blade is 3,2 mm thick and 109 mm long. It is made of high-quality Swedish stainless steel (14C28N) that is treated to the highest quality in our own factory.
6. Hole
The rear part of the handle has a hole for fastening a Lanyard, rope or other gadgets according to preference.
7. Unbreakable polymer
A specially made and extra-rugged polyamide is used during the moulding process of the handle. Compared to other polymers, this one provides the handle with exceptional mechanical properties and makes it extremely stress resistant. This makes the handle close to unbreakable.
8. Handle shape
The symmetrical handle allows flexible use of the knife with a two-way fit in the sheath. The drop design on the back is big enough to keep the knife steady in your hand.
9. Grinded spine
The spine of the blade is ground to make the edge perfect for use with a fire starter. This means that you do not need to use the edge of the blade when starting your fire, which makes your knife stay sharp for longer.
10. Full tang
The 3,2 mm thick blade goes all the way through the handle to the rear, which provides extra strength.
Kansbol
A part of your adventure
A knife for whenever you need one
Morakniv Kansbol is the ultimate all-round knife. While in the woods, on a hike, hunting or at sea, it’s the perfect partner. The knife is designed and made in Mora, Sweden, where we specially treat the Swedish stainless steel to enhance strength and long-lasting sharpness. The blade is profile shaped for added precision and the spine is ground so that it can be used with a fire starter. Combined with a firm, secure grip and superb feel this means that you’ll never want to be without it.
Kansbol is best of both worlds. It's got the flexibility of a light weight knife and the durability of a stronger one. The Morakniv Kansbol is an all-round tool designed for any situation. It comes in two versions: One with a basic polymer sheath and one with the innovative Multi-Mount mounting system.
Created for you in Mora, Sweden
“Kansbol combines the flexibility of the small Eldris knife and the durability of the full tang Garberg. It’s this mix that makes it so great. We see that the updated design and improved features will make new users as well as the already dedicated outdoor lovers find their new favorite tool in Kansbol", says Arvid Larsson, Design Engineer at Morakniv.
Inspired by our roots
With origins in the long tradition of Scandinavian outdoor life, Kansbol is an always reliable partner when heading out into the wild. No matter if you want to split the firewood for starting a fire or skinning a deer, the flexibility of this new outdoor favorite will be there for you. The Swedish stainless steel is of highest quality, the Scandi grind is both useful and provides extreme sharpness. Perfect for when you want to work close to your knife and the right feel is important.
Always close by with the Multi-Mount
Together with the Multi-Mount fastening system, your Morakniv Kansbol is just seconds away. Place it on your snowmobile, canoe, or ATV - when the knife is placed in the holder it can take a bumpy ride on any vehicle. With Morakniv Kansbol as a part of your gear, you are always ready for whatever challenge nature may bring.
The names that tell our story: Kansbol
Many small cottages and barns. The cattle graze on the plot outside and every morning starts before sunrise with milking the cows or goats. This was the scenery of the Swedish ‘fäbod’, a place where people historically spent their summers to work and let their cattle run free in the surrounding nature. Every village had their own ‘fäbod’, many times even two or more. This way, our ancestors could walk with their cattle from one settlement to another during the summer. In the region around Mora there have always been many ‘fäbodar’ and many of them still exist today.
One of these ‘fäbodar’ is called Kansbol. It originally belonged to the village outside of Mora where our factory lies and all our knives are made. Kansbol lies on a mountain and the view of the surrounding nature scenery is magnificent. The wooden walls of the cottages are filled with messages from the men and women who walked here with their cattle. ‘Anna’, ‘Kerstin’, ‘Erik’ and ‘Anders’, have all carved their names on the walls as a reminder to us of the hard and various work they performed. To name our knife Kansbol after the place and the people who lived there is our way of paying tribute to our roots. The Kansbol knife - the flexible knife that can take on a great variety of outdoor tasks - is our interpretation of the life once lived at the ’fäbod’ of Kansbol.
Instagram #kansbol
1. Coil shape
The coil shape in the heart of the knife is strongly related to the heritage of Morakniv. The knife with the red coil shaped handle is probably as well known as the famous Dala horse in Sweden.
2. Pattern
The rhombus pattern is a traditional pattern that is present in many variations in Mora and the region of Dalarna. In the handle, the pattern provides a significantly improved grip.
3. Scandi grind
The knife is grinded with a scandi grind which makes it easy to keep sharp.
4. Blade finish
The blade has a semi-matte finish appreciated among the outdoor community.
5. Steel
The blade is 2,5 mm thick and 108 mm long. It is made of high quality Swedish stainless steel (12C27) that is treated to optimal blade finish in our own factory.
6. Hole
The rear part of the handle has a hole for fastening a Lanyard, rope or other gadgets according to preference.
7. Secure grip
The outer shell is made of TPE, a rubbery polymer that provides a firm and secure grip. The core of the handle, visible in the barrel shape, is made of polypropylene. It is a polymer that makes the knife and the handle very rugged.
8. Handle shape
The symmetrical handle allows flexible use of the knife with a two-way fit in the sheath. The drop design on the back is big enough to keep the knife steady in your hand.
9. Grinded spine
The spine of the blade is ground to make the edge perfect for use with a fire starter. This means that you do not need to use the edge of the blade when starting your fire, which makes your knife stay sharp for longer.
10. Profile grind
The profile grind adds that extra touch to the blade. This is a very appreciated detail of Morakniv, that first appeared on our knives in the early 90’s. The profile grind makes the knife perfect for tasks that require precision.
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