The fact that the large hippeknieps (goat knives) were once used as working knives in agriculture can still be guessed from their sturdy and simple construction. The pocket knives combine tradition and craftsmanship. Precise workmanship, coupled with European woods such as ice beech, root walnut or plum, give the knife its charm. The plates and rivets are made of brass. The head rivet is ground flush with the handle shells.
|Blade steel:||Carbon steel C75|
|Handle:||Ice beech, Plum wood, Root walnut|
|Total length:||200 mm|
|Blade length:||95 mm|
|Handle length:||115 mm|
|Blade thickness:||3,0 mm|
|Spring material:||Carbon steel C75|