If you've never been to Alaska, you probably don't understand the sheer wonderment of the tool you see here. For the better part of 5,000 years, the all-purpose ulu knife has been a part of the Inuit culture because of its diverse applications in skinning, cleaning, cutting and trimming everything from animals and food to ice blocks and children's hair. This functional, easy-to-use tool is as multi-function as they come, and this modern version is just as functional while being more well-built with 1080 steel and full-tang construction. If you need to cut, chop or build, this knife will do it--and it will look good on display whenever you're not using it.

  • 1080 high-carbon steel
  • Full-tang construction
  • Walnut and burnt bone handle
  • Made in Alaska