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Mora Bushcraft And Carving Knives - Made In Sweden

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Mora Bushcraft And Carving Knives - Made In Sweden

Mora bushcraft knives. Survival & carving knives from Mora. Mora knives are found in every bush craft school & in every bushcrafters kit. They are brilliant value.

Mora know knives. They also know a lot of other things. Like the importance of constantly working to improve their production and standards, to find new exciting projects, to engage inspiring ambassadors, and create fun events. They also recognize the importance of making changes for the environment and therefore sustainability is a high priority for Mora.

Morakniv has been granted a Royal warrant of appointment by His Majesty the King of Sweden. It is an honor awarded to companies as proof that the company's products are appreciated by a member of the Royal Family.

Morakniv is proud of and famous for its high quality. They want those of you who use their products to always trust in your Morakniv and know that it will last a long time, even under tough conditions. A knife from Mora is a robust tool made to endure.

Morakniv guarantee that all their knives are free from defects in materials, construction and workmanship for the lifetime of the product, with normal use and provided that the care instructions here on the website are followed. If the knife is faulty in terms of materials or workmanship, Morakniv will repair it free of charge, or exchange it for an identical knife, or for one of equivalent value if the model has been discontinued.

Focusing on the future

Traditionally every little piece of material used in the process of making the knives has been taken care of. Nothing could be wasted, mainly for economical reasons. An example of such a sustainable approach comes from our first factory founded in 1891. There, among other things, sleds were manufactured and the pieces of wood left over in the production of the sleds were used as handles for a completely different product: knives.

Today, Mora try to work in the same spirit to ensure that we use our materials and the earth’s common assets in the most thoughtful way possible. In addition, the economic aspects are no longer in the main focus. It is a continuous effort to minimize their environmental impact. Mora are constantly trying to find areas for improvement, where we they streamline theirwork processes to the benefit of both their own work environment and our shared global environment.

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