Helle Didi Galgalu bushcraft knife
The new Helle Didi Galgalu knife is designed in collaboration with the Voetspore team of South Africa. The knife is designed to withstand the hardships of transcontinental journeys of Africa. Named after the Didi Galgalu Desert in Northern Kenya, seen by many as the last frontier of Africa.
The Didi Galgalu utilizes a full tang construction. Three rivets reinforce the African Kiaat wood handle. Blade thin enough to preform as a knife should when cutting or carving. The Scandinavian ground blade, genuine leather sheath, and Kiaat-wood handle assure Helle’s renowned rugged beauty.
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Lanyard hole, Full-Tang blade
Two brothers, Steinar and Sigmund Helle started knife production in the old forge at their farm in 1932. The first set of knives was sold on a long trip over the mountains on a bicycle! Today, Helle knives are sold all around the world, but just as then, much of the production is done manually. The philosophy remains the same: no machine can replace skilled craftsmanship. Craftsmen with extensive experience and knowledge still take pride in making each and every Helle knife unique.
Lamnia's speciality is a selection of more than 5000 knives and folding knives. We carry hundreds of scandinavian knives, the famous Finnish Puukko knives among them; folding knives, hunting knives and kitchen cutlery from the world's best brands such as Spyderco, Cold Steel, Roselli, Fox Cutlery and Marttiini.