This skinning knife measures in at 4.25 inches overall. The full tang stainless steel ulu style skinning blade is 2.63 inches and comes with a satin finish. It's got a beautiful smooth bone handle with a lanyard hole and includes a brown leather belt sheath.
Webster L. Marble came to Michigan's Upper Peninsula in the early 1890s and quickly gained the reputation of being one of the region's finest "timber cruisers". His uncanny ability to look at a specific forested acreage and predict the board foot yield made him very popular with the many logging companies in the area. Marble loved the outdoors and the vast Upper Peninsula offered innumerable opportunities to hunt, fish, camp and explore the environment. An inventor by nature, he was continually seeking to create useful tools and equipment that would be both practical and durable in the outdoors.