Helle Arv Knife

Helle Arv Knife
Helle Arv Knife
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Arv Knife by Helle
The Helle Arv Knife is just waiting to create a history with you. This fixed-blade specimen is crafted with a stainless steel, drop-point blade that is triple laminated for durability so it's ready to come on your adventures. It has a carved birch and staghorn handle that feels at home in your hand and is comfortable even for painstakingly slow whittling projects and the like. The leather sheath has a classic look and is durable for years of future use, so you can confidently take it on trip after trip.

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