For those in the know, Mora has a very distinct place in the world of bushcraft.  Recommended, tested and used the world over, these simple and practical knives are a very useful tool and superb value for money to boot.  I recently purchased the Mora Scout and is available in five different colours.  Here's mine (in red):


Blade: 100mm
Handle: Plastic
Sheath: Plastic/Rubber
Mora of Sweden have long and rich heritage in the knife making business...too long to go into in detail, read about it all on their website here.  Mora basically represents usability and value so you'll never go wrong. Loose one and buy a new one, they're that cheap, I got mine for $20.

I'll be using mine at work, so I wont spare a thought for caring for it in great detail...which is ideal.  Plastic and stainless steel are virtually indestructible.  It comes sharp from the box and ready for anything.  Read a more in depth write up on the Mora Scout
here on GrayBear.

If you don't own a knife, need a cheap outdoor knife or need a good value replacement for your everyday knife, grab one of these, you wont be disappointed.