Premium Damascus Steel Alaskan Ulu Knife with Padauk and Walnut Wood Handle

  • Hollow Grind Blade is a hand-forged Damascus steel raindrop pattern with a combination of 4340 and 1095 Carbon Steel
  • Layers: 200+
  • Blade Hardness: 54-56 HRC
  • Blade Length: 6″
  • Handle Length: 5″
  • Total Height: 4.25″
  • Handle Material: African Padauk and American walnut wood handle

$150.00

    Alaskan Ulu knife is a simple small fixed-blade knife configured for excellent control and precision cuts. It can handle most of the tasks like cutting vegetables, meat, and skinning. It has a large enough choil to become a complete finger groove.

    Ulu is a traditional knife of the native Arctic tribe women. Historically, they used it for cleaning and filleting fish, skinning and butchering game, and prepare a meal. A classic ulu knife consists of a crescent-shaped cutting edge with a handle directly over the blade.

    When using this knife, rather than taking advantage of that extended handle in a chopping motion as I might with a cleaver. The overall grip allowed to rock that crescent edge back and forth when cutting.

    Alaskan Ulu knives come with a genuine heavy-duty leather sheath and 30 days moneyback guarantee.

    Additional information

    Weight4 lbs
    Dimensions20 × 4 × 4 in

    Knife Care

    Damascus steel has a higher content of carbon which gives it a long-lasting edge. However, the carbon makes it susceptible to rust when it is subjected to moisture.

    Proper Care Tips:

    • Do not store knives in the leather sheath/leather roll for long periods of time.
    • After use, wash in warm soapy water and dry immediately.
    • Use cooking oil to coat the blade before storing.

    If rust appears, rub the blade with a metal polish or a very fine steel wool, then oil the blade.

    Damascus knives take a little more care, but their sharp, long-lasting edge and great feel will last you many years to come.

    Faneema Cutlery is in no way responsible for any misuse or acts that may cause injury, harm or death. Proper use and precautions are advised when handling and using any knives. Never leave knives unattended.