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Puukko knives

Puukko knives

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Nordic knife, or puukko, traditions, live strong. Traditional Nordic knives are sharpened in a fashion that makes wood carving effortless - the blades don’t wedge themselves in the wood, but rather carve feathers off the wood in a controlled fashion. The same puukko will work in fishing, hunting, woodwork, general bush craft and the ever-so-crucial opening of a pack of sausages. Thanks to this versatility other knife types have done little to reduce the popularity of puukko knives.

We represent several knife brands: Roselli, J. Marttiini, Iisakki Järvenpää, Eräpuu, J.P. Peltonen and Mora.

Blades are available in different kinds of stainless steels and carbon steels. Carbon steels are the more traditional choice and they are known for being easy to sharpen as use dulls them. The stainless chromium steels used in most J. Marttiini puukkos keep their sharpness impressively long, but tend to require a diamond whetstone when sharpening is needed. Carbon steels make for a more traditional look, as excellent carbon steel blades existed far before excellent stainless blades came available.

Traditional handle materials include different kinds of woods, birch bark used as stacked patches, and bone or antler. These materials have a soft, warm feel to them and if the handle is wax coated instead of varnished, they offer good grip even when wet. They always give the puukko a natural look. Modern handle materials are essentially either plastic or rubber, and rubber is the one with the best grip of them all.

A traditional puukko will be delivered with a leather sheath. Most sheaths contain a plastic liner for safety and extended use.

Showing 92/92 products
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24.11
Marttiini Condor Junior
True
1191475619
290
0
28.15
Marttiini Partiopuukko 508
False
1191475650
1111
0
25.73
Marttiini Ilves 129
False
1191475633
634
0
68.47
Marttiini Ranger 250 Visa
False
1507282720
19983
0
58.79
Marttiini Lapinleuku 240
False
1507282043
19982
0
64.44
Marttiini Isännän Ilves giftbox
False
1507022237
19939
0
157.26
Roselli Roselli Wootz 40 years
False
1506926435
19910
0
18.47
Mora Fillet 155
False
1502172222
19538
0
104.84
Roselli Leuku Small
False
1502083823
19517
0
100
Roselli Vaarinpuukko Wootz UHC
False
1502083553
19516
0
85.48
Roselli Vaarinpuukko UHC
False
1502082052
19515
0
8.06
Marttiini Sharpener Pen
False
1496920491
19417
0
87.9
Mora Garberg Multi-mount Set
False
1495432725
19270
0
160.48
Marttiini Lapinleuku 280
False
1491824898
18662
0
11.21
Roselli Gift box for Roselli products
False
1485325216
18052
0
93.55
Roselli Wootz UHC Nikkari
False
1485166802
18045
0
110.48
Roselli Wootz UHC Eräpuukko
False
1485166485
18044
0
64.52
Roselli Wootz UHC Karhunkynsi
False
1485166050
18043
0
20.97
Victorinox Filleting Knife 15 cm
False
1484643963
18014
0
9.68
Roselli Whetstone
False
1484558084
18005
0
321.77
Marttiini Finland 100, silver
True
1483622596
17964
0
120.16
Marttiini Finland 100, bronze
True
1483622426
17963
-Infinity
32.18
Mora Eldris Neck Knife Kit
True
1476264159
17334
0
23.31
Mora Eldris
False
1476260570
17332
0
72.5
Marttiini Lumikide 2017 Year Puukko
False
1476260392
17331
0
64.44
Marttiini Kierinki
False
1476259808
17330
0
120.16
Marttiini Villisika Puulaatikossa
False
1476258592
17329
0
32.18
Marttiini Condor Vuolu 9 cm
False
1475646692
17313
0
37.02
Marttiini Condor Riista Skinner
False
1475646606
17312
0
28.15
Marttiini Ilves 121
False
1474873812
17010
0
40.24
Marttiini Ilves with forged blade
False
1464328189
16099
-Infinity
28.15
Lapstone Cook with handle
False
1461652275
15888
0
9.6
Marttiini Gift box, wood
False
1435320901
13729
0
35.4
Marttiini Ilves 131
False
1435320091
13728
14
34.6
Marttiini Korppi
False
1434976535
13715
0
22.5
Marttiini Arctic circle puukko
False
1434621493
13710
0
116.94
Marttiini Karhupuukko with gift box
False
1433411206
13661
0
28.15
Marttiini Uusi Kätevä
False
1419842718
12725
0
23.35
Mora Scout 39 Safe
False
1415878692
12462
0
24.15
Mora Scout 39
False
1415878154
12461
0
29.8
Mora Bushcraft Black
False
1415875791
12457
0
12.02
Mora Companion
False
1415874929
12456
0
128.23
Marttiini Crown head
False
1415787992
12444
0
52.42
Eräpuu Tuohitako
False
1395224179
10878
0
52.42
Eräpuu Nahkatako
False
1395223503
10877
0
24.11
Eräpuu Erästäjä 85
False
1394800010
10850
0
40.24
Marttiini Ilves 132
False
1386925441
10463
0
72.5
Marttiini Lapinleuku 255
False
1386924756
10462
0
12.9
Marttiini Flat sharpener, diamond
False
1386924004
10461
0
48.31
Marttiini Sissipuukko
False
1381390418
9960
0
32.18
Marttiini Kiehinen
False
1377775353
9704
0
30.6
Light My Fire Fireknife
False
1376393211
9624
0
120.16
Marttiini Metso puukko with gift box
False
1368686768
9149
0
40.24
Marttiini Ilves 139
False
1343393830
7799
0
36.21
Marttiini Saw fillet knife 6"
False
1337766109
7506
0
120.16
Marttiini Pöllö with gift box
False
1314178919
6411
0
24.11
Marttiini Kromijätkä
False
1303227051
5962
0
24.11
Marttiini Jätkänvuolu
False
1303226587
5961
0
32.18
Marttiini Silver Carbinox iso, 85mm
False
1303221829
5959
0
66.05
Marttiini Lapinleuku 250
False
1303220050
5957
0
56.37
Marttiini Ilves 134
False
1303216584
5955
0
36.21
Marttiini Visa Carbinox 85mm
False
1288165117
5122
0
48.31
Marttiini Take knife with gnarl handle
False
1286260527
5003
0
15.24
Marttiini Mushroom knife
False
1283342635
4856
0
40.24
Marttiini Sharpening stick
False
1278924267
4676
0
105.65
Roselli Leuku Iso
False
1270806777
4323
0
40.24
Marttiini Take knife
False
1258467614
3932
0
63.71
Roselli Nikkari
False
1250855481
3626
0
50.81
Roselli Pikkunikkari
False
1250855020
3625
0
50.81
Roselli Mummunhammas
False
1250853307
3624
0
116.94
Marttiini Suomi-Finland puukko
False
1236170187
2991
0
69.44
Marttiini Isännän Ilves giftbox
False
1193145951
1826
0
48.31
Marttiini Condor Gutting Hook
False
1192521681
1809
0
70.97
Roselli Vaarinpuukko
False
1191475671
1656
0
87.9
Roselli UHC Nikkari
False
1191475670
1631
0
22.58
Lapstone Diamond sharpener 125
False
1191475667
1544
0
19.35
Lapstone Diamond Sharpener 170
False
1191475667
1545
0
24.11
Marttiini Sieniveitsi DL
False
1191475660
1358
9
24.11
Marttiini Pikku Condor
False
1191475651
1133
0
41.85
Marttiini Lapinleuku 230
False
1191475639
811
0
112.1
Marttiini Kojamo
False
1191475637
758
0
116.94
Marttiini Kotka
False
1191475637
773
0
20.08
Marttiini Kaamosjätkä
False
1191475634
677
0
26.61
Victorinox Filleting Knife
False
1191475625
453
25
24.11
Marttiini Condor Vuolu 11 cm
False
1191475619
294
0
36.21
Marttiini Condor Fillet Teflon
False
1191475619
289
0
37.02
Marttiini Condor Skinner martef.
False
1191475619
293
0
76.61
Roselli Eräpuukko
False
1448954127
15151
0
24.11
Lapstone Diamond file 170mm with sheath
False
1278922822
4674
0
24.11
Marttiini Filetti 7,5 Classic
False
1491894802
18669
0
6443.55
Marttiini Finland 100, gold
True
1490171898
18457
0
321.77
Marttiini Kotka Damascus
False
1467192247
16591
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6444

Nordic knife, or puukko, traditions, live strong. Traditional Nordic knives are sharpened in a fashion that makes wood carving effortless - the blades don’t wedge themselves in the wood, but rather carve feathers off the wood in a controlled fashion. The same puukko will work in fishing, hunting, woodwork, general bush craft and the ever-so-crucial opening of a pack of sausages. Thanks to this versatility other knife types have done little to reduce the popularity of puukko knives.

We represent several knife brands: Roselli, J. Marttiini, Iisakki Järvenpää, Eräpuu, J.P. Peltonen and Mora.

Blades are available in different kinds of stainless steels and carbon steels. Carbon steels are the more traditional choice and they are known for being easy to sharpen as use dulls them. The stainless chromium steels used in most J. Marttiini puukkos keep their sharpness impressively long, but tend to require a diamond whetstone when sharpening is needed. Carbon steels make for a more traditional look, as excellent carbon steel blades existed far before excellent stainless blades came available.

Traditional handle materials include different kinds of woods, birch bark used as stacked patches, and bone or antler. These materials have a soft, warm feel to them and if the handle is wax coated instead of varnished, they offer good grip even when wet. They always give the puukko a natural look. Modern handle materials are essentially either plastic or rubber, and rubber is the one with the best grip of them all.

A traditional puukko will be delivered with a leather sheath. Most sheaths contain a plastic liner for safety and extended use.

Nordic knife, or puukko, traditions, live strong. Traditional Nordic knives are sharpened in a fashion that makes wood carving effortless - the blades don’t wedge themselves in the wood, but rather carve feathers off the wood in a controlled fashion. The same puukko will work in fishing, hunting, woodwork, general bush craft and the ever-so-crucial opening of a pack of sausages. Thanks to this versatility other knife types have done little to reduce the popularity of puukko knives.

We represent several knife brands: Roselli, J. Marttiini, Iisakki Järvenpää, Eräpuu, J.P. Peltonen and Mora.

Blades are available in different kinds of stainless steels and carbon steels. Carbon steels are the more traditional choice and they are known for being easy to sharpen as use dulls them. The stainless chromium steels used in most J. Marttiini puukkos keep their sharpness impressively long, but tend to require a diamond whetstone when sharpening is needed. Carbon steels make for a more traditional look, as excellent carbon steel blades existed far before excellent stainless blades came available.

Traditional handle materials include different kinds of woods, birch bark used as stacked patches, and bone or antler. These materials have a soft, warm feel to them and if the handle is wax coated instead of varnished, they offer good grip even when wet. They always give the puukko a natural look. Modern handle materials are essentially either plastic or rubber, and rubber is the one with the best grip of them all.

A traditional puukko will be delivered with a leather sheath. Most sheaths contain a plastic liner for safety and extended use.

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