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Mora Companion Knife - Orange

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Morakniv Companion Knife - Mora of Sweden

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The Mora Companion Knife (Fluorescent Orange)
is a very adaptable and sharp knife with a patterned high-friction grip handle. The Mora Compaion is widely used within a place where durability is paramount.

The Stainless Steel Mora Companion Knife has a 4.06" blade of polished stainless steel and a solid plastic handle with a checkered black rubber coating as a finger grip. The two famous companies known for their Swiss Knives, K. J. Eriksson and Frosts Knife Manufacturing, have merged to form Mora of Sweden.

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The Morakniv™ Companion (Fluorescent Orange) Mora of Sweden Knife is a very adaptable and sharp knife with a patterned high-friction grip handle. The Mora Companion is widely used in places where durability is paramount. The Blade of the Mora Companion is made of stainless steel and includes a rubber handle.

The Stainless Companion Knife has a 4" blade of polished stainless steel and a solid plastic handle with a checkered black rubber coating as a finger grip. The Morakniv Companion Knife is supplied with a quality plastic sheath with a belt hook that can be quickly snapped onto a belt. The Mora of Sweden Companion comes in bright fluorescent orange for easy visibility and quick locating.

* 103 mm blade, 4.06"
* 2,5mm blade thickness
* 218 mm overall, 8.58"
* Net Weight of 0,1160kg
* Stainless Steel Blade
* Rubber Handle
* Manufacturer - Mora of Sweden
* Made in Sweden

History of Frosts Knife Manufacturing, K.J. Erickson and Mora of Sweden


There is more than 300 years experience behind today's modern Frosts knife factory. Knives were already being manufactured during the 17th century in and around the town of Mora, Sweden. Frosts Knivfabrik started more than 100 years ago by Erik Frost, an experienced knife smith in the village of Östnor outside of Mora. His "Mora knives" were soon widely acclaimed not only throughout Sweden, but also abroad.

Success was quickly gained through their superior and outstanding sharpness and toughness. Mora, Sweden, the town where the famous Mora knives have been produced since the 1600’s, is now the location of a modern newly formed company, Mora of Sweden, representing the merger of Sweden’s two major knife manufacturers – K. J. Eriksson and Frosts Knife Manufacturing.

It is the 4th generation of knife smiths who now have carried on the traditions in a modern and well planned factory situated on the same site as that from the start in 1891. A clear leader in Scandinavia, Frosts has manufactured knives, which combine the skill of the knife smith with the latest technology and modern competitive manufacturing methods. With over 300 models of knives, Frosts has specialized lines to meet the needs of everyone. Frosts has been recognized by the Swedish Quality Institute as "...a leader in attaining zero defect programs...combined with reliability, flexibility, and competitiveness..." If you are looking for a high quality, inexpensive knife, you simply cannot go wrong with a Frosts Mora or Mora of Sweden Knife.


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