The skinner knife, or skinning knife, is a must-have professional tool for a skinner. If you’re an avid hunter then you know the importance of owning and using the best skinning knives. Any hunter who spends a lot of time in the forests, woods and wilderness understands the importance of a quality skinning knife that can stand up to the rigors of processing game – small or large.
The job of skinning a hide requires the highest quality skinning knife available. Knives of the North carries skinning knives for sale that are of the highest quality, enabling you to choose the best skinning knife, or skinner knife, that suits your needs. All our Scandinavian skinning knives feature blades with a wide “belly” made of high-quality steel. A prominent element of our Scandinavian skinning knives is a selection of grips and hand/wrist angles. The construction of our skinning knives is not only highly functional, but beautiful.
For instance, the River Traders Skinner Knife features a strong continuous curved blade which is perfectly suited to skinning. The Roselli Grandfather Deluxe Knife with Reindeer/Wooden Sheath is not only beautiful but this shorter knife is a great design for handling any sudden need in the wild. The wide belly on the blade of the Järvenpää Scout Knife makes this traditional Scandinavian Scout knife an effective skinning knife. Smart in its details and design, the Marttiini Lynx Basic Skinner Knife is a great all-around skinning knife. Based on the design of 19th century outdoorsman, George Washington Sears, the Brisa Nessmuk Full Tang Knife checks off all the boxes as an exceptional outdoor knife: skinning, gutting, chopping wood, building a canoe or shelter.
Knives of the North sells many variations and brands of Scandinavian skinning knives: Järvenpää knives, Brisa knives, Marttiini knives, Ahti knives, Condor knives, Mora knives, Roselli knives, River Traders knives, and Wood Jewel Knives.