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Mora Classic 1891 5" Utility knife

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This handy little utility blade makes campfire cooking a joy! It easily handles vegetables, meat, and fish, so you can focus on making the perfect meal to impress your camping companions. The heel of the blade features a finger stop for secure grip, and the tip is rounded for extra safety!


  • Blade of 2.0 mm thick stainless steel that stays sharp for a long time.
  • Blade has an integrated finger stop and slightly rounded tip for safe handling.
  • Developed for cutting onions and other vegetables.
  • Handle of black-stained Swedish birch.


Blade Thickness: 0.08" (2.0 mm)
Blade Length: 5.0" (128 mm)
Total Length: 9.2" (233 mm)
Net Weight: 3.3 oz. (94 g)

About Mora Knives - There is a very long knife-making tradition in Mora, Sweden. For over 400 years folks in the town of Ostner have been forging knives to export around the world, and in 1891 a man named Frost-Erik Erson returned home from North America. He started a small company that made knives, among other things, and it would slowly grow to serve an ever-growing demand in Europe. Over time knife makers in Mora consolidated, and eventually Mora was aquired by another local maker, KJ Eriksson in 1988, and the name Mora of Sweden was trademarked. Today, they are recognized across the world as high-quality blades for those that enjoy the outdoors.