This stout blade is robust and unguarded, ideal for the experienced or cautiopus user. The thicker edge is great for carving, bushcraft and kindling making. It's curve and balance also make it great for hunting and butchering as well.
Comes with Wooden Sheath
The Ken-nata is a Japanese hybrid blade, with incredible form and function. Ken, meaning sword-shaped and Nata meaning hatchet, give you a clear idea of this knife’s utility. The thick spine and solid grip allow it to be used forcefully like a hatchet, while the long curved blade and short handle create a more knife-like function.
A Ken-nata is best used when camping, to cut wood and kindling for fires, carve, and whittle. Many hunter’s find utility in the Ken-nata as well, treasuring it's durability contrasted with its ability to take a razor-edge. Even in the garden, the ken-nata shines as a sturdy and reliable tool.
A solid wooden sheath accompanies each Ken-nata, with a holter-style belt loop attached.
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