Farkas Nomad, Guayacan Ebony
For many, the Hungarian knife maker Péter Farkas has become the first choice for compact and comfortable fixed-blade knives for everyday use. His designs are always extraordinarily robust and practical, as well as ergonomically pleasing to use and handle. The clear lines of the Nomad and the powerful, leaf-shaped blade give the design an extraordinarily dramatic. The faceted and slightly inset handle scales made from Guayacan ebony are fastened with decorative mosaic pins. The jimping around the tang enhances the grip. The blade is made from Böhler N695 steel. Includes a leather scabbard that is made for traverse horizontal carry.