The Fenrir is named after the legendary giant wolf of Norse mythology. The design has withstood absolutely brutal testing, worthy of a Forged in Fire champion! hacking through black steel pipe, a brick, then slicing rope and paper.
*Please note* these measurements are only approximate, as each knife is handmade, and thus will be slightly different.
Blade Length: 6.5"
Overall Length: 12"
Blade Max Width: 2"
Weight: 14.4 OZ or 408 grams
Handle Options: Bloodwood, Wenge, Morado
Sheath Options: All sheaths securely and safely hold the blade, and are made custom, by hand, for each knife, in my workshop. They are form fitted around the blades and treated with oils to aid in water resistance. Sheaths are made for a right handed draw, if you need a left handed sheath please let me know after placing your order.
-Rugged: A sturdy three piece riveted construction form fitted around the knife
-Ancient: A more elaborate sheath, riveted construction, reinforced with hand sewn synthetic sinew, includes a snap strap for retention.
-Lowkey: A more easily concealed option, that sits horizontally along the lower back. can be tucked under a shirt or jacket and doesn't hang down. Includes two sturdy belt loops and a retention strap.
THIS ITEM IS HAND MADE TO ORDER. There is a 12-15 week production time due to my wait list. If this timeline changes, I will keep you updated. I am one artist, not a factory. I will try to get your custom blade to you in the timeliest manner possible.The Fenrir you receive will be similar to the ones pictured, but as it is a hand made item, it will be a unique piece, no two are the same.
My blades have soul to them, They are entirely hand crafted, and unique. You won't be able to match the quality, performance and passion of these knives with anything store bought. They are heirloom quality, extremely effective tools.
The blade is differentially quenched and tempered 80CRV2 high carbon steel. Which is to say, the spine is soft, flexible and durable, the edge is extremely hard. The result of this heat treating method is that you have a durable, springy blade with a killer edge that will last through a long period of use. This one has deeply etched Runes. You can feel them when running your fingers over the surface.
I harden my knives using a computer controlled kiln. Using this tool allows me to get maximum edge retention out of a given piece/type of steel.
Each blade I sell has a my lifetime warranty, covering reasonable uses. With proper care, one of my blades could last multiple generations.