Condor Tool & Knife Knulujulu Knife Fixed (6.67 Inch 420HC Satin Plain Blade) Walnut Wood Handle + Welted Leather Sheath CTK5003-6.6

SKU: CTK500366
  • Overall Length: 11.50 in.
  • Blade Length: 6.67 in.
  • Cutting Edge Length: 6.80 in.
  • Blade Thickness: 0.10 in.
  • Blade Material: 420HC Stainless Steel
  • Blade Style: Drop Point
  • Blade Grind: Full-Flat Ground w/ Second Bevel
  • Blade Finish: Satin
  • Edge Type: PlainEdge
  • Handle Length: 4.83 in.
  • Handle Material: Walnut Wood
  • Handle Color: Brown
  • Weight: 8.10 oz.
  • Sheath: Handcrafted Welted Leather
  • Knife Type: Fixed Blade
  • Brand: Condor Tool & Knife
  • Model: Knulujulu
  • Model Number: 5003-6.6
  • Country of Origin: El Salvador
  • Retail Price:
    $91.78

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    The Knulujulu is a collaboration with Condor engineer Jorge Umana and in-house designer Joe Flowers. This knife started as an Alaskan Ulu and morphed into something completely different. Condor wanted to make a knife that works in the Hunt camp as a kitchen knife, a camp knife, and tool that can butcher large animals. The ergonomic walnut wood handle makes this blade good for choking up, but the thin 420HC Stainless Steel blade makes it a slicer just like the camping knives of the old frontiersmen. It's a do-it-all, old school kind of design and includes a handcrafted welted leather sheath.

    Designed by Joe Flowers

    Joe Flowers is responsible for many of the interesting blade designs throughout the Condor product line. Joe writes for a myriad of magazines and publications, and contributes regularly to the outdoor community, concentrating in woodcraft and primitive living. His knowledge of outdoor gear led to consulting on equipment design and function for many companies. Joe holds a degree in Zoology with a minor in Entomology and researches heavily into all things outdoors. Joe Flowers teaches fitness, martial arts, organizes youth camps, and hosts outdoor skills and survival classes around the US. Joe is an avid naturalist, hunter, fisherman, herpetologist, videographer, beekeeper, knife thrower, guide, and regularly travels internationally in search of knife knowledge and unique animals. You can find a Condor knife on Joe's side when he is deep in the Amazonian rainforest, or high in the deserts of Utah.