Danish knife designers Jesper Voxnaes and Jens Ansø told Blade Mag that they named their burgeoning blade business GiantMouse “because Denmark is a tiny country in a giant world and they wanted GiantMouse to be a small knife brand in a giant knife industry.”
Pretty sharp — just like their knives, one of which is the Nordic-inspired fixed-blade GMF2.
A modern take on a traditional Finnish knife called the puukko, the GMF2 knife has a four-inch blade made from cobalt high performance powder steel that’s been given a stonewashed finish.
Made to aid in Northern European activities like North Sea sailing, fjord fishing and Norwegian wood whittling, the GMF2 has a contoured micarta handle and comes with a leather sheath.
Fixed-blade knife (3 images)
“It’s lightweight, strong, cuts well and won’t scare everyone off when you take it out of your pack,” backcountry adventurer Piotr Ma said in a review of the GMF2 for MOTUS.
GiantMouse, which is based in California, has set pricing for the GMF2 at $165 and is currently donating $20 from each sale to the Save the Children organization.
Like we said, pretty sharp.