If you are looking for a very sturdy folding knife for bushcraft to carry in your pocket, look no further than this lock-back folder from Casström developed together with renowned wilderness and survival expert Lars Fält. The 3” blade is made from Böhler N690 steel with a Scandinavian grind which allows for easy carving and sharpening. The handle slabs are made of select beautiful, fine curly birch which is found on its fixed blade counterparts. The curly birch slabs feel seamless against the brass pins, lock back liners and grips easy in the hand.
Designed to be convenient to carry and reliable in the wilderness, the Lars Falt Folder will please the most discerning bushcraft enthusiast. With its closed length of 4 ¼” and weighing only 3.8 oz you will hardly notice that your carrying a knife at all. A leather thong allows you reach in your pocket to easily pull out for use. The blade tension can be easily adjusted with a flat head screwdriver or whatever you have in the wilderness if need be.
The Lars Falt Lockback Folder brought home the coveted
Blade Show’s Award for Best Knife Collaboration in June 2019.
About Lars Fält:
A living legend among Swedish survival and outdoor fans, Lars has published many books on this subject. Lars Fält founded the Swedish Armed Forces Survival School and was in charge there for many years. He has extensive experience as an instructor in the Swedish paratroopers and is a trained survival instructor at English SAS and the US Special Forces. He has also participated as an instructor in foreign relations from Arctic Canada to desert areas in Australia.
About the steel:
Is a cobalt-enriched steel from Austrian Böhler. N690 shares some properties with other cobalt-enriched steels, eg. ATS-55 and VG-10. The cobalt increases the wear resistance of the blade thanks to the even crystal structure.