This NEW knife from Mora is essentially a beefed up version of the Mora 840 and 860 bushcraft training knives. Mora produce some of the best bushcraft knives in the world today, especially bushcraft training knives, such as these.
The Mora HighQ Robust bushcraft knife has a thicker spine than the Mora 840 or 860 clipper meaning that it's not only stronger, but the thicker and deeper carbon steel means it's more capable of tougher camp crafts, such as splitting sticks for campfires.
The Mora Robust outdoor knife comes complete with a double-moulded extra large knife handle, which has been designed to provide a better grip and is impact resistant. The thicker 3.2mm high-carbon steel bushcraft blade is now 40g heavier than on the Mora companion/clipper 840 and 860 bushcraft training knives (these are 2.0mm thick).
This fantastic bushcraft and outdoor knife comes complete with a grey plastic twin-sheath, which gives you the advantage of being able to clip your other Mora knives to the outside, meaning you can carry more than one of these bushcraft tools with you whilst practising bushcraft and outdoor survival skills.
- Blade Thickness: 3.2mm
- Blade Length: 91mm
- Overall length: 206mm
- Weight (with sheath): 133g
- Steel: High-carbon knife steel
- Sheath: Plastic moulded (twin toggle sheath, fits most modern Morakniv knives)
- Activities: Bushcraft skills, Survival Skills, Forest Schools, Scouts, Outdoor, Hunting, Woodcarving and general utility use.