Cohutta – Hiker Puukko
The Cohutta Puukko is a traditional Sami inspired cutting tool used by indigenous peoples to sustain life for hundreds of years. This updated version made with modern materials will serve you well for a variety of cutting tasks. Simple and effective. 3/32″ full tang A2 with desert ironwood burl over natural micarta and blue g10 liners. A 1/4″ natural micarta pin and lanyard tube keep it together. 7 3/4″ overall length with a 3″ blade, 4.3 ounces.
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This 3/32" full tang A2 Cohutta Puukko is built for cutting performance. The 7 3/4" overall length with a 3" blade provides a great balance of usable blade and with not excess bulk and weight. Attractive desert ironwood burl sits on blue g10 and natural micarta liners with a 1/4" natural pin and lanyard tube weighs in right at 4.3 ounces. This exceptional cutting tool is ready to dig into some wood on your next project.
Traditional Meets Modern
The Cohutta Puukko draws inspiration from a traditional knife style that has stood the test of time for being an efficient and effective cutting tool. The Puukko pattern has a storied history of practical and real use by indigenous Sami cultures of Finland and Sweden. From wood carving to food procurement, the Puukko assisted these cultures for centuries in sustaining their survival and way of life. The Finnish inspiration in the Cohutta Puukko is evident, and you can rest assured that this cutting tool is made to work. The Puukko design has long been tested and remains a popular and useful knife pattern.
Sheath not included (let us know if you need a recommendation for custom leather)
|Dimensions||7.75 × 1 × 1.5 in|
Cohutta Knife – Russell Reece
3/32" A2 Tool Steel, Full tang
Desert Ironwood burl on natural and blue g10 liners. 1/4" natural canvas pins and lanyard tube
No sheath included