Named after the Didi Galgalu desert the Didi Galgalu was designed to withstand the hardships of the transcontinental journeys to African with the help of the Voetspore documentary team from South Africa.
The blade is 129mm long with a handle made of African Kiaat wood. The knife uses a full tang contruction method emplying three riverts to keep the blade together.
The blade is finished of using a scandinavian ground blade and genuin leather for the beast of both worlds.
- Name: Didi Galgalu
- Weight: 193g
- Blade material: Sandvik 12C27 stainless steel
- Blade thickness: 3,0mm
- Blade length: 129mm
- Handle material: African Kiaat and Vulcanfibre
- Handle length: 120mm
- Sheath material: Genuine leather
- Sheath weight: 57g
- Design: Voetspore
Brothers Steinar and Sigmund Helle started knife production in the old forge on their farm in Holmedal, Norway, in 1932. Then, as today, much of the production is done manually. The philosophy remains the same: Quality craftsmanship is best preserved by skilled craftsmen - those with extensive exp...Find Out More