Ray Mears Iroko Bushcraft Knife nearing end of production
Production of our Ray Mears Bushcraft Knife, as made by the esteemed British knife-maker Stephen Wade Cox, will soon be coming to an end in its current form. Our limited supply of Iroko - the African hardwood salvaged from a demolished church to create our handles - has slowly but surely diminished with each batch of knives.
At the time of writing, our penultimate batch of knives has just been made available on our website, and can be seen and ordered here: The Ray Mears Bushcraft Knife
Following on from this, the very last batch of Iroko-handled knives will be made available this September.
However, this departure does not mark the end of our collaborations with Stephen Wade Cox; a new version of the Ray Mears Bushcraft Knife is currently in the works, and further news of this model will be released later this year.