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Polar bear

"Polar bear"

The tourist knife "Polar bear" has originally been developed as exclusive model of a survival knife at the request of known Russian traveler Vitaly Sundakov for his travel to the Mexican desert Varikuta. Initially this knife was named "Vitalis", after the name of Vitaly Sundakov's school of a survival. The modernized model of this knife is named "Polar bear".

This knife possesses maximal operational reliability and high universality. It can be used for cutting or chopping. The wide blade enables to use it as a shovel. Heavy steel tang carries out a role of a hammer. General durability of a design enables to use a knife as a point of the insurance or as the lever. The all-metal handle is covered by two wooden overlays. Knives are completed by leather sheaths with a plastic loose leaf. All steel parts have anty-glare covering.

The variant of a knife with a black covering has name "Grizly".

Characteristics of a knife:

  • Total length, mm - 272

  • Length of blade, mm - 139

  • The greatest width of blade, mm - 48

  • Thickness of a butt, mm - 6

  • Width of handle, mm - 40

  • Thickness of handle, mm - 23

  • Hardness of blade, HRC - 52-56

  • Material of blade: steel 50Cr14MoVa, 70Cr16MoVaSi (patent RU236957C1).