Temagami outdoor Knife developed by Helle and Les Stroud – “Survivorman”
The first knife in Helle's collaboration with Survivorman les Stroud, the Temagami was also Helle's first step towards leaving the stick-tang only era.
The semi-full tang provides the extra strength associated with bushcraft knives. The tang is exposed on the top and pommel end, but is covered by the wood of the handle on the finger side. This protects the fingers from direct contact with the steel in cold weather. The drop point style blade is made of triple laminated stainless steel that provides excellent edge holding toughness and ease for sharpening. The handle has a bit of a finger guard to help keep your hand off the edge when slippery. The handle shape on the updated version of the Temagami allows a better control of the knife when holding in more positions. The Temagami comes with a Scandinavian style pouch sheath retaining the knife securely without the need for snaps or straps.
- Name: Temagami
- Weight: 150 g
- Blade material: Triple laminated stainless steel
- Blade thickness: 3. mm
- Blade length: 110 mm
- Handle material: Curly birch
- Handle length: 120 mm
- Sheath material: Genuine leather
- Sheath weight: 60 g
- Design: Les Stroud
- Year: 2011
- Art. no: 300
Skilled hands play a major role in Helle's knife production, and each knife takes up to 45 manual processes to complete. By finishing each knife individually, craftsmen bring out the best qualities of Helle's past, place, people, and production.
The result is a one-of-a-kind knife, worthy of passing down through generations.