This knife is crafted with a full-tang 1080 high-carbon steel blade that’s specifically intended to withstand years of heavy use. The handle’s made from burnt bone and walnut, and will no doubt stay comfortable in hand even over prolonged use. It all comes wrapped in a handsome leather case, so you can keep it safe and protected between uses.
And here’s a quick lesson if you’ve never seen an Ulu knife: Originating in Alaska, they were originally made for hunting. That said, they’re the perfect kitchen companion, perfect for mincing garlic, cutting herbs, or whatever else you need due to the unique rocking motion of the blade. Plus, it doesn’t require much force to use because of how you hold it.