I think the ulu, a traditional Inuit design, is an under appreciated knife. They excel at skinning and fleshing tasks while also making short work of many kitchen chores. In spite of their usefulness, the design remains largely unknown except by those who bring them home as souvenirs from Alaska vacations and very few makers in the Continental United States make them. That is why I was so excited to see the Ulu that Bushmonkey Knives has created.
The Bushmonkey Knives Ulu is fairly traditional in shape but very modern in execution. It is ground from 3/32″ O1 tool steel (or D2 for an additional fee) with a choice of a saber chisel bevel or a convex chisel bevel. The handle is available in a variety of G-10 and micarta options. It is 4″ tall and 4.5″ wide.
This looks like a great rendition of a classic design. Check out Bushmonkey Knives.