The Gear Room

Used Voyageur: CPM 154, Ruby Red Burlap Micarta

I've owned this Voyageur for years and it has served me well.  I made it very lightweight with shadetree burlap scales and a finely tapered tang.  For many years I had a photo of this knife carving a featherstick as the homepage image on our website (image below).  I gave it a spa treatment, and it cleaned up to be damn near new, but it's still slightly discounted.

Inspired by the Voyageurs who traveled Canada's wild waterways, the Voyageur is a blend between a bird & trout knife and a bushcraft knife.  This is a great choice for paddlers, fisherman, trappers, and wood whittlers.  It has a slender continuously curving edge to aid in slicing chores, and the blade's narrow point excels at fine woodworking tasks.

Model: Voyageur
Cutting Edge Length: 4 inches
Overall Length: 9 inches

Steel Type: CPM 154
Steel Thickness: 3/32, tapered tang
Edge Grind: scandi
Handle Material: ruby red burlap micarta
Handle Liners: thin black
Hardware: stainless loveless bolts & tubing
Handle Thickness: 3/5