The Eskimo-Aleut people of North America developed a special type of knife that could be used for combat, hunting, or building igloos. The Bone-Handled Ulu Knife recreates this design in beautiful Damascus steel. Not only does this design grant the knife the iconic Damascus water-ripple pattern, but it also offers a high degree of durability. The curved shape of the knife also ensures that the majority of the force is directed to the center of the blade, making one-handed use easy and effective. Its hilt, which runs parallel to the blade, is crafted from bone, making gripping comfortable. The Bone-Handled Ulu Knife comes with a leather belt sheath, making it the perfect tool for any hunter or outdoorsman.
- Fully functional
- Durable blade displays water-ripple pattern
- Curved design makes one-handed cutting a breeze
- Includes a leather belt sheath
- Makes a great all-purpose outdoorsman knife
- Made from Damascus steel
- Handle made from bone
- Width: 5.5 Inches
- Height: 3.75 Inches
Measurements are approximate.