Knives from Mora in Sweden have had an excellent reputation for more than 100 years. These tools are well balanced in the relation of their aesthetics, the quality of their steel, their usefulness and especially their price.
FROST uses a variety of steels. The laminated carbon steel consists of three layers: one very hard layer for the cutting edge, hardened to HRC 61, with a softer steel on each side. The blade is extremely sharp and remains so, but is relatively elastic all the same and does not tend to break. They are very easy to sharpen!
The carbon steel blades are hardened to HRC 59 - 60. They are easy to sharpen but not too elastic. Neither type of blade is stainless, which is an advantage as stainless steel blades are much more difficult to sharpen.
Click pictures for enlargements and to see the sheath, if applicable! The knives No. 137 and No. 73 are nice Outdoor knives!