Muela Kodiak Cocobolo
Muela Kodiak Cocobolo
Muela Kodiak Cocobolo
Muela Kodiak Cocobolo
Muela Kodiak Cocobolo

Muela Kodiak Cocobolo

Regular price RM429

Model: Muela KODIAK-10CO

Genuine chestnut brown leather sheath with Cocobolo wood handle. The recipe for a premium hunting blade. Be a proud owner of a Muela Kodiak today. You just have to wipe the sheath once in a while as our Malaysian weather is damp humid! Same goes with all your genuine leather goods. 

Drop point blade, one of the most practical blade shape. Suitable even for skinning, hunting, camping, food prepping, and exceptionally pretty when hanging on your belt.



  • Total Length - 21cm / ~8.25"
  • Handle Length - 10cm / ~4"
  • Handle Material - Cocobolo wood
  • Sheath Material - Leather
  • Blade Length - 11cm / ~4.25"
  • Blade Thickness - 3.5mm
  • Blade Material - X50CrMoV15 stainless steel
  • Blade Hardness - 57-58 HRC
  • Weight - 180g
  • Weight with Sheath - 228g
  • Product Origin - Made in Spain


About the name "Kodiak" (Not included):
Kodiak bears are among the largest of all bears (averaging a little bit smaller than polar bears), and male Kodiak can reach weights of up to 1,500 pounds (About the weight of a Perodua Kancil!) and are able to stand up to 10 feet tall when on their hind legs.

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About X50CrMoV15 stainless steel:
X50CrMoV15 is a stainless steel type for kitchen or professional knives by A.O., a Germany manufacturer. The rust resistance is high and the cutting characteristics are exceptional.

About Cocobolo wood:
Cocobolo is a tropical hardwood from Central American trees belonging to the genus Dalbergia family. Only the heartwood of cocobolo is used; it is usually orange or reddish-brown, often with darker irregular traces weaving through the wood. Why is Cocobolo so precious? Unlike red oak or ash, cocobolo is a relatively small-sized tree that has few straight branches. It is much harder to mill and even harder to get good undamaged straight boards that you can work with them. Hardwoods of this nature eat through expensive cutting bits in weeks, whereas the same bit would last a lifetime with normal woods.