Emergency Preparedness

Morakniv Floating Serrated Knife

A floating knife?! Why didn’t I think of this. Around here, where we spend half the summer in a lake or by a river, it just makes sense. This cool knife made by Morakniv recently won the Scandinavian Outdoor Award. The knife is simple, yet innovative. While it is a natural fit for those who kayak or boat, it could be used anytime as well thanks to its smart design.

The handle is bright orange surrounded by cork. It will not only be visible in water but it will float as well. The handle is designed to keep a strong grip even if it’s wet. The makers recommend the 3.7-inch stainless steel blade to cut rope and even nylon. The polymer sheath is made of the same material as the handle’s core. It also has a belt clip and smart button, allowing you to link up several knives together. The Floating Serrated Knife weighs just 3.07 ounces and will be available to U.S. customers with an MSRP of $27. This new Morakniv knife will make its U.S. debut at the Outdoor Retailer show in Denver this July 23-26 at the Industrial Revolution booth #46061-UL.

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Mark James

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Mark James lives with his family in Western Oregon, the area that Oregon's FEMA director said "will be toast" in the event of a Cascadian earthquake. He hopes to share information to help others protect themselves and their loved ones.