At first look, it could very well be confused for a steak knife – but it’s much more than that! The design is actually very similar to the Leuku knives carried by the Sami people.  While the Leuku’s are generally a larger knife, it’s the very definition of a bushcraft knife. They use these for chopping, woodcrafting, butchering, and even breaking reindeer bones. This is a very functional knife to carry in the bush.

Specs and Review Link

Blade Length: 5″
Blade Thickness: 1/8″
Overall Length: 9-5/8″
Blade Material: 1075 High Carbon Steel
Blade Finish: Epoxy Black Powder Coating
Handle: Walnut
Sheath: Handcrafted Welted Leather
Weight: 9 oz

The Bushcraft Basic, like the other Condor offerings, is very well built for the money. The 5″ Scandi blade is also very functional as a one-tool option for a Bushcraft kit. I’m not that crazy about the handle profile out of the box, but it is very easily remedied.  All-in-all, it’s a very solid contender in the list.