The Colvera of MKM owes its name to the river that has moved the forging hammers of Maniago since at least the 15th century. This knife is dedicated to the energy of the past, combining the shape of a wave in an archaic and compact way. The pocket knife designed by Jesper Voxnæs has little in common with the first locally produced knives, but it represents the technological evolution that has taken place there over the past centuries.
The curved handle is provided with a characteristic milling. The ball-bearing blade made of Böhler M390 can be opened easily with the detachable flipper or alternatively with the striking nail nick. The Stonewash-finished blade is secured by a stable frame lock, which, like the spacer and clip, is also made of solid titanium.
The Colvera is highly attractive for both, collectors and users, due to its compact size, in which the knife still radiates hand firmness, as well as due to its affectionate equipment details such as the clip and the spacer. The knife will be supplied in a high-quality nylon case.
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canvas micarta, Titanium