Zion National Park, Utah. Photo by Daniel Olah.
“The Helle of Norway Skala blade, the second folding pocket knife to arrive in America when it is released in October exclusively from Sports Hansa, doesn’t offer the extra stuff of the Swiss model. It is just a single blade, but not a mere blade. This is a 12C27 stainless steel blade with a handle made of tropical hard Cocobolo wood. And while Helle isn’t 100 years old, the company is celebrating its own 80th anniversary this year…”
“The Limited Edition Elg (Elk) knife from Helle of Norway was designed with Father’s Day in mind. It’s not a model that’s going to be around forever and thanks to my very good friends at Sport Hansa, the US distributor for Helle Knives, I have a brand new boxed Elg knife to giveaway to one lucky reader…”
“Helle of Norway has made knives since 1932—beautiful knives, knives that are handcrafted works of art as well as practical tools. Each Helle knife a unique wood handle and a triple-laminated razor-sharp stainless-steel blade that won’t corrode or break. But the company has never made a folding knife—until now…”
“Norwegian knife makers Hellen have been making quality ornate, wood-handled knives for over 80 years, and their latest creation the Dokka Folding Knife($159) is just as beautiful as it is useful, with its strong, triple-laminated stainless steel blade and sexy wooden sculpted handle, its the perfect pocket companion for any situation…”
“For 80 years, Norwegian knife maker Helle has been building ornate, wood-handled knives that look every bit as good on your mantle as they do in your backpack. Interestingly, the company has lived to be an octogenarian without ever building anything but fixed blades. That all changes this spring with the Dokka folding knife. ..”