Here’s a cool Bushcraft video for all you Bushcraft fans. Don’t know what Bushcraft is? Watch and see…
Calling all campers and backpackers! New at Makais is this awesome wood powered stainless stove from Emberlit: The Emberlit Stove weighs less than 11.3 oz (316 g) and is constructed of rugged stainless steel. When you compare that to a full canister of fuel and burner, the difference in weight is astounding! The stainless steel EmberLit is impervious to corrosion and remarkably strong. This camping or backpacking stove will hold the weight of any pot or pan that will sit securely without wobble. Like the rest of the EmberLit line, this wood burning stove comes with a lifetime guarantee because you are never going to wear it out. With use, the individual panels that make up the EmberLit may take on a slight warp. This is normal and doesn’t affect the assembly or durability of the stove. Great for camping, backpacking, bushcraft, wilderness survival, and disaster preparation.
Be the envy of all your outdoor buddies with this slick all-black carbon steel blade bushcraft knife from Morakniv (Mora of Sweden). This is high quality Swedish steel! One of the very best knives to come out of the Mora factory. Now in stock at Makais!
Bushcraft Survival – A razor sharp blade with a distinct tip, an all-weather Morakniv® Fire Starter and a Diamond Sharpener make the Bushcraft Survival the natural choice for those who love the great outdoors.
The 3.2mm thick Swedish stainless steel blade stays sharp for a long time, is extremely tolerant against wear and has considerable cutting strength. The blade is ridgeground especially for use with the fire steel.
The robust sheath is provided with a well thought out space for the firesteel and completed with a diamond sharpener, making it easy to sharpen the knife blade. An orange handle with high-friction grip gives the finishing touch to the Bushcraft Survival and is minimizing the risk to lose your knife. A knife that suits a tough livestyle!
Bushcraft Survival Black – A razor sharp blade with its black 3.2 mm thick blade is one of the most sturdy knives we have ever made. The carbon steel blade has a black coating which protects against corrosion.
You can use the back of the blade with the fire starter. The spine of the blade is sharp, ground especially for that purpose.
The robust sheath is provided with a well thought out space for the firesteel and completed with a diamond sharpener, making it easy to sharpen the knife blade. A knife that suits a tough livestyle!
Mora is on a roll! One great knife after another. This bushcraft survival knife is especially cool because it comes with fire steel and a diamond sharpener! If you’re a fan of the outdoors, you seriously need to check out these Mora Knives over at Makais.com.
A razor sharp stainless steel blade with a distinct tip, an all-weather MoraknivTM Fire Steel and a Diamond Sharpener make the Bushcraft Survival the natural choice for those who love the great outdoors. Handle is available in either Black/Gray or Black/Lime. The sheath is provided with a Fire Steel and diamond sharpener, making it easy to sharpen the knife blade. Blade Length = 4.1″, Thickness = 0.098″
Do you want an amazing knife for this spring & summer to use on your camping trips, backpacking trips, and other outdoor pursuits? Maybe you want to practice a little bushcraft? This Mora Companion Knife is quite honestly the best $15 you could possibly spend on a knife, no joke. This knife is simple, but the beauty is in the blade. The carbon steel blade comes absolutely razor sharp straight out of the Mora factory in Sweden. We get these knives direct from the factory, so we can give you the amazing price of only 15 bucks! These tend to sell out quickly, so get one while you can. Buy it here. You won’t be sorry.
New Helle Knives: Fire, Wind, Futura, Steinbit, Brakar, Symfoni, Harmoni, Folkekniven, and Many More!21 Oct
Well folks, Makais.com is now officially one of the very best places online to shop genuine Norwegian made Helle Knives! As of today, you can now shop many more handmade knives from Helle. These are VERY limited availability knives and are hard to get. If you want to get a unique gift for somebody this Christmas (or any other occasion) check out a handmade Helle Knife from Norway! The Helle Futura is one of my favorites. I also really like the Helle Alden and the Odel Knife. Check out some of the photos below. These are very very very very nice knives!