Marttiini has manufactured knives in Rovaniemi, Finland, since 1928. Marttiini’s knives for sale at Knives of the North tend to try to strike a balance between beauty, functionality, and ease of sharpening. This design is a work of art, and the blades are still quite tough; they hold an edge very well, but they are not as tough as those from other Scandinavian knife makers, usually 53-54 Rockwell. Most of the handles are made with sturdy curly birch, either left natural, stained, or lacquered, but Marttiini also has some handles in modern materials like rubberized plastic. The Marttiini knives for sale at Knives of the North are also much more affordable than other Scandinavian knives. Marttiini offers more than 100 styles of knives. Shop the full line of Marttiini knives and see their beauty for yourself.
The Marttiini web site can be found here. It's a great site that tells the story of Marttiini Knives, showcases their products, and has tips on how to maintain their knives. Marttiini knives are available everywhere in Finland, in many stores. They are a significant part of modern Finnish culture.
Marttiini knives are very popular with bushcrafters, and many video reviews are available for these outstanding products. Here are a few video reviews:
Here is a brief video of the Marttiini Full-Tang Knife
Here is a brief video of the Marttiini Moose Knife
Here is a brief video of the Marttiini Suomi-Finland Knife
Marttiini Promo Video
Marttiini Lapp Knife
Marttiini Condor Timberjack
Marttiini Condor Big Game Hunter
Comparison between Marttiini and Mora knives