First of all Thanks for being here!
In order to improve your experience while creating your desired Bushcraft Knife, below you can find all the customization fields available.
For full transparency all prices are displayed.
In order to make an order for a Custom Bushcraft Knife you should follow the next steps:

Complete a list with the 6 sections listed below (please note that this is only an example list):

  1. Choose an option for your Custom Bushcraft Knife blade (Example: Beaver)
  2. Choose an option for the Handle material of your Knife (Example: Desert Ironwood)
  3. Choose your knife's blade finish (Example: Satin finish)
  4. Choose the type of liners (Example: Thin Red V fiber) - Note: you can leave this point empty if you do not wish any type of liners.
  5. Choose the Bolts type to use for your knife (Example: Brass)
  6. Choose your Sheath (Example: Brown/Right handed) - Note: you can leave this point empty if you do not wish a Sheath. We will match the sheath type with your Blade by Default.

In this moment you know the price of your order by making the sum of all the above and the next step would be to send this list via email at

On top of the list the email should also contain your Shipping Details (please note that we are not responsible for incorrect details that you may provide - although we will double confirm it with you before shipping 😉).

Usually in within 24 hours we will get back to you with the necessary details for the payment of a small materials deposit and the Order Confirmation/ Due date.

Note: currently our custom knife order book is open; please expect between 4-6 weeks for your order to be completed.

1. Knife blade

In this section you can choose your Knife blade: depending on your needs and preference in here you can decide which blade better fits your needs. Being bushcraft blades as an overall description each of them has also specific features adapted to more specific tasks.
All blade are made out of O1 high carbon tool steel a material that set standards in the bushcraft knives field. It is easy to take it to a scary sharp edge in the field and is able to stay so for a good period of use. Take care to oil it often as this steel is prone to rust and that blade will stay  fit to pass it to the next generation.

Price: prices are shown on each picture while hovering over it (the prices include for Free: a pair of scales [between Oak, European Walnut and natural linen Micarta], Corby bolts [brass or stainless + matching lanyard tube] and any blade finish you like [between satin and 'forge' pattern]);
All other options are paid and the corresponding price can be found in their own sections below.

2. Handle material

The handle is the stylish part of the knife; classic high grade wood or maybe synthetics we offer a wide range of choice. Synthetics or stab wood for a workhorse knife or a classy AAA grade burl for gentleman's blade it's up to you. If what you have in mind to use is not listed here don't worry, send us an email as many other options are available but only the exclusive ones are listed.
There are almost 50 exclusive options (more to come) listed, so please click on the picture below to access them.

Price: the prices are shown on each wood type picture while hover over it and will be added to the 'Knife blade' one.

Oak, European Walnut and natural linen Micarta are Free (included in the 'Knife blade' price).

3. Blade finish

There are two types of finishes available: the satin finish and the black heat treatment pattern. Satin is the classic preference while the 'forge pattern' is the choice for a rough knife. Even if the visual impact is the main role of these options, the 'forge pattern' has a slight advantage related to rust resistance of the blade.

Price: Free (included in the 'Knife blade' price).

Note: the 'forge pattern' is irregular and widely differ from blade to blade so please expect unique patterns while still following the same black 'theme'.


Liners are added between the handle steel and the main scales material; it usually has a visual role but nevertheless they can also add a plus of strength to the handle based on the principle that laminated materials are more resilient than the one piece stuff.
For the time being we offer two types of liners: the thin vulcanized fiber ones and the thick 3 mm micarta ones.

Price: 10 USD for thin V fiber and 15 USD for thick natural linen Micarta.

5. Bolts

To add a plus of strength to the handle setup we choose to use the Corby rivets; these act like a bolt and nut setup which leaves no place for failure. The options in here are brass (right) or stainless steel (left).

Price: Free (included in the 'Knife blade' price).

Note: the lanyard tube will be matching the bolts.

6. Sheath

You can opt for a custom made vegetable ox leather bushcraft sheath. There are three types adapted to each knife blade design. You only have to say yes and we will match the sheath with the blade you added before.

Please specify the color (brown or black) and if you wish a right or left handed version.

The prices are: 35 USD for the Aurochs/Myth/Huracan (in the right of the picture) and 25 USD for Artifact (smaller version of the Aaurochs/Myth/Huracan one) and Beaver (in the left of the picture).

Note: the Artifact sheath is a smaller version of the Aurochs/Myth/Huracan one.