Terävä is carried by those who move in the woods
Complex or fashionable looks are not necessary for tools. The best decorations of a Terävä are its practical details and marks of use that accumulate with time. A knife that was chosen for work over and over again shows that it serves its purpose well.
Terävä is carried by Finnish soldiers
The weapons and equipment in themselves are not the primary affection of the soldier, but everything they are used to defend. The Puukko-knife of a Finnish soldier is internationally known and follows neither the western or eastern mold of blades. Terävä knives fill the needs of soldiers and advances our old tradition.
Terävä is Made in Finland
Unless it's made in Finland, we don't call it a Puukko. To manufacture a reliable knife that is available for the common person, we utilize advances in material and manufacturing technologies. The line we draw for price competitions with Terävä is the line on the map that borders Finland.
Terävä knives are made in Finland in co-operation with Laurin Metalli, a family business from Kauhava with roots all the way to 1918. The company is known for its knife blades, which are used by many Finnish puukko-brands and hobbyists around the world.
Terävä carves its own path
The Finnish knifesmithing skills are internationally recognized for a reason. Terävä remembers the past but looks into the future; as traditional Puukkos with wooden handles are made really well and in abundance, it would have been difficult to offer a distinctive knife in that category. Terävä knives were born to combine features and meet needs we wanted to see on our own belts: a simple and reliable tool. Click on the pictures below to learn more or show all Terävä products.
Perfect for handicrafts, EDC, and wilderness use. It comes with a leather sheath with a hole for a neck lanyard.
Even the smallest Jääkäripuukko 85 is a capable knife. In addition to the reduced length, the thickness of the blade is just 3.25 mm / 0.128" for more precise work. Also available with a bare tang.
The medium size and most suitable for general purpose, still far from dull! The Jääkäripuukko 110 is suitable for almost anything and is a good companion to a Skrama or axe in the woods.
The largest Jääkäripuukko 140 has the size to compete with Leuku-type knives and is suitable not just for carving, but also cutting and hitting as a small bill.
The Skrama 80 is practically the Jääkäripuukko 85 with a Sheepsfoot-type blade. Compared to its full-size siblings the blade is 3.25 mm / 0.128" thick and suitable for more precise work. Also available with a bare tang.
The smallest "real" seax is the Skrama 200. Rock it on your belt like any large knife and unleash the hitting force to set it apart from others. The mouth of the blade has a sharper section for whittling and carving. Also available with a bare tang.
The modern-day seax is a one-handed fighting and working blade with a length of three spans. It serves as a bill when hitting and cutting, yet the good balance allowes it to carve much better than its size would suggest. The mouth of the blade has a sharper section for whittling and carving. Also available with a bare tang.
Training Knife 140
The old wisdom says that a dull knife is dangerous, but it only applies if you try to cut or carve with it. This training version is intended for professionals and martial arts aficionados to spare the clothes and skin of cuts without being too forgiving.