Article no.: 19004
Casström Lars Fält Slip Joint is a very sturdy, non-locking folding knife.
- Grind:Scandinavian grind
- Handle:Curly Birch (from sustainable forestry), brass hardware
- Measurements:Opened 17,6 cm / Blade 71 x 20 x 3 mm
- Steel:Böhler N690 (Stainless)
- Warranty:25 years
- Weight:Approx. 100 g
A very sturdy non-locking folding knife from Casström developed together with renowned Swedish wilderness and survival expert Lars Fält. The idea behind this knife is that it should be able to perform 90% of the tasks that a knife needs to do, but in a format that allows it to be carried every day, without fail. There should be no reason to leave the home without it. The original version is a lock back knife that was launched in 2019, a model that has been very popular and took the first place at the 2019 Blade Show in Atlanta USA (Knife Collaboration of the Year Award) despite the fierce competition from much bigger companies in this category! Since the knife laws vary across the world, it was essential to also make a non-locking slip joint model to allow users in for example the UK to also carry this great design whilst staying within the law.
It has a Scandinavian grind to make it easy to carve with and easy to sharpen in the field. Comes with stylish and durable handle in selected fine curly birch.
- Robust folding knife developed with survival expert Lars Fält
- Strong tool steel: Böhler N690
- Scandinavian grind: Easy to carve with and easy to sharpen
- Stylish and durable handle in selected fine curly birch
- Very reliable for general wilderness
About Lars Fält:
A living legend among Swedish survival and outdoor fans, and 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.