The highly-anticipated Arvika Axe by Hults Bruk will soon be available for sale at Makais! Feast your axes on this beauty:
Hults Bruk Arvika Specs:
Overall Weight: 5.8 lb.
Head Weight: 4.5 lb.
Handle Length: 32″
Head: Solid Swedish steel
Handle: Solid American Hickory
Behold the Hults Bruk Gran Splitting Axe. Be the envy of the wood chopping crowd. Don’t pay retail either! Save some $$$ and buy this Swedish marvel from Makais. Chop chop.
The Fallkniven Forest Knife is possibly the best hunting and fishing knife ever made. Its sturdy blade made of the new extremely strong stainless laminate VG10 custom steel is convex grounded for extra strong cutting power with no risk for edge breakage. The modified clip-point design works well for penetrating purposes, the long curved edge is ideal for skinning. The blade on the S1 Forest Knife is long enough for lighter chopping and won´t break, it´s full 5 mm (0.2″) thick! The checkered handle gives a good grip even when your hands are cold or wet.
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!
Outdoor enthusiasts have become huge fans of Mora brand knives from Sweden. They are incredibly sharp, extremely durable, and best of all, they are probably the best value you’ll find in knives today! Check out some of the pics below, and of course visit our website to shop for Mora, if you want to try one for yourself!
From the manufacturer:
About the company
With tradition behind us, we look to the future.
Knives have been crafted in Östnor for over a century. Once they were made in every home by local craftsmen who passed down their skills from generation to generation.
Today those skills are all under one roof and no matter who you talk to in our factory they can all tell a family story in which knife manufacture plays a central part!
Now, as then, we have the same approach to manufacturing; we use rational methods to transfer the craftsman’s approach across to modern machinery. The only difference lies in our use of the latest technical developments.
An important part of our success is working closely with professionals. Through talking to them we acquire new ideas that we transform into market-leading concepts.
Mora of Sweden was formed in 2005 through the merger of Frosts Knivfabrik and KJ Eriksson. The name reflects the important link between our products, the town of Mora and its Swedish origin. A Morakniv® (Mora knife) is always a knife from Mora of Sweden.The company is still family-owned and manufactures knives and ice-drills which are delivered to all parts of the world.
All products are made in Sweden