Lapin Puukko knives are made in the small town of Tervola in Finnish Lapland, near
the artic circle. The shop was founded in 1974 by Esa Silvola. It has since grown to five knife
The knives are very traditional in form and severely functional in style. They have little in the
way of decoration, but are made with the highest quality materials. They are knives meant to
be used. Click on the image for a larger image of the knife and it's sheath.
#3001; Leukupuukko 1, A basic small puukko with a blade about 3 3/8" long, and about 7 1/4"
overall. The highly polished carbon steel blades are hardened to about 59 on the Rockwell C scale, and are about .125" thick (about 1/8").
They take and hold a superior edge. The knife and sheath weigh only about 2 1/4 ounces.
This would make a neat neck knife. The leuku style flat pommel facilitates using the off hand
to apply pressure to the point. It comes with the traditional pouch sheath that hangs from a
The knives in stock have the upper part of the blade left black rather than
polished as shown. This applies only to the #1, #2 and #3 are polished.
#3002; Leukupuukko 2, A mid-sized puukko with a blade about 3 5/8", and about 7 3/4" long
overall. The highly polished carbon steel blade is about .118" thick and hardened to about 59 on the Rockwell
C scale. The knife and sheath weigh about 3 3/4 ounces. Many think this is the ideal size for
an all around knife. The diameter of the handle is still within the range of average sized hands.
It comes with the traditional pouch sheath that hangs from a twisted thong.$39
#3003; Leukupuukko 3, A larger puukko with a blade about 4 1/8", and about 8 1/2" long
overall. This is a good knife for those who like a slightly larger blade.
The highly polished carbon steel blade is about .121" thick and hardened to about 59 on the Rockwell C scale.
The knife and sheath weigh about 3 3/4 ounces. It comes with the traditional
pouch sheath that hangs from a twisted
$45 Out of Stock
#3023; The "Outdoor Knife 72" is a work knife with a stubby blade just under 3" long, and a bit over an inch wide.
The handle is a generous 4 3/4" long, and sized for larger hands. The knife and sheath weigh about 6 ounces. $67
#3024; The "Outdoor Knife 90" is a slighty larger version with a blade about 3 1/2" long.
This might be a more generally useful size. It comes with a black sheath and the knife
and sheath weigh about 6 3/4 ounces.
$69 Out of Stock
#3050; The "Military Knife" is a version originally sold only to the
Finnish military .
It's the same as the "Outdoor 90" but has the Finnish military crest embossed on the
#3025; The Lapin Fillet knife is a very basic fishing knife. The flexable stainless blade is
about 6 1/4" long, 3/4" wide at the base, and .051" thick. The 4 1/2" handle is sized for
average sized hands. The knife and sheath weigh only 3 ounces. $39.
#3034; The "Mushroom Knife" is specialized for the gathering of mushrooms. It has a
brush in the pommel to clean the dirt from the mushrooms. The stainless blade is about
2 1/4" long. The sheath can be worn on the belt or clipped to a ring or button. The knife
and sheath weigh about 2 ounces. Current stock comes with light colored handle,
rather than the stained handle shown in the picture.
$45 Closeout; $39
Shipping and handling is $6 per order (not per item) anywhere in the US.
Standard shipping is by Priority Mail, so please give me your mailing address, not your
UPS address. The $6 doesn't actually cover the cost in many cases, but it's
easy to calculate, and is my way of saying "thank you".
Orders in New York State require sales tax. If you don't know the sales tax in your
county, I can calculate it for you, but you should expect it to be added. This applies only
to orders shipped to addresses within New York State.
I'm sorry, U.S. orders only please.
Most folks use a credit card and the
encrypted secure order form. If you prefer, you can FAX your order to
716-731-3715. I'll need the type of card (Discover, Visa, or Master Charge),
card number and expiration date. Of course I'll also need to know what you
are buying, and where to send it. Please include your e-mail
If you don't have a FAX, you can call 716-731-3715. If your
timing is good, you can just speak to me and give me the order. If I'm not in
the office it will default to the FAX machine. No collect calls.
If instant gratification is unavailable, you can always send a Postal
Money Order or check to:
PO Box 326
Sanborn, NY 14132
The Postal Snail may be slow, but he's faithful and discreet. Checks may
be held for clearance, so if you're in a hurry, use a money order.
Everything on the page should be on hand and ready to ship. However some
items may be short supply, so if you are ordering by mail, you might want to
e-mail first so that I can hold your item
Back to the home page