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'Uber'... (and I don't mean 'eats') ... lightweight skinning and hunting knife. So light, in fact, at 61 grams, that I challenge you to even notice it in your pack when you are travelling with it.


It's weight and size makes it the perfect little knife to don a kydex sheath and be carried as a neck knife out in the bush. 


Its drop point blade is ridiculously sharp and strong; properties of the Japanese White Steel that it is made from.


And the whole handle fits entirely in your hand making it easy to manoeuvre and steer.


There are no pins or wooden accoutrement on this knife either, creating a rather simple and longlasting functionality to its design.


The woven macramed paracord assists with grip and is useful in survival instances or for bushcraft or trapping needs, and the cord itself unravels to around 3 meters in length when fully extended.


This is a lovely little bushcraft, whittling, skinning and outdoor utility knife.

Paracord Skinner

  • All handcrafted knives need to be cleaned and oiled after use to maintain the blade and handle in good condition.