Helle | Alden
The Alden is named after the island of Alden off the cost of Norway. Alden is an important landmade for Norweigan fisherman coming hom from trips to sea. The island itself is situated off the cost from where the Helle factory is located. The Alden Knife features a non-laminated stainless steel blade with curly birch handles. A leather sheath keeps the knife comfortably within reach when you're in the field.
- Helle laminated steel sandwiches a hard steel between softer steel sides, to give the blade toughness and edge retention without making it hard to sharpen.
- Scandinavian (Scandi) grind excels at bushcraft tasks.
- Handle is sculpted out of curly birch
- Leather sheath places the knife below the belt-line for comfortable, unobtrusive wear.
- Since 1932, Helle knives have been crafted in a small Norwegian village nestled between mountains and fjords. Each Helle knife has passed through experienced hands on its way to your belt.
- Each knife has its own personality, and variations in colour and patterns mean no two are alike.