Lionsteel B35 WN

Sale priceR 2,595.00


The B35 is a fixed blade bushcraft knife designed for mountain hikes and to work wonders around the camp. It is easy to handle thanks to its reduced weight and compact size and its spear point blade is both versatile and durable. It has a handle with unique ergonomics that allow holding the knife in both ways, that is to say, with the thumb towards the blade or towards the end of the handle. Designed by Molletta, the B35's limited dimensions make it easy to wear without penalizing its bushcraft knife features. 

The B35 is equipped with a Sleipner stainless steel blade which is great for wood carving among other things. The milled handle scales offer an excellent grip and are removable should the knife need a thorough cleaning after a long trip out in the bush. For a more traditional look, the handle is available either in Santos or olive wood, while for a more technical style there are the Micarta and G10 versions. The B35 is supplied with a beautiful leather sheath, perfectly shaped on its profile, and it provides great retention on your hip. Be ready for anything while out and about with a B35 from LionSteel, proudly made in Italy.


  • Blade Length: 9 cm
  • Handle Length: 11.3 cm
  • Overall Length: 20.3 cm
  • Blade Material: Sleipner Tool Steel
  • Blade Thickness: 3.7 mm
  • Blade Hardness: 60-61HRC
  • Blade Style: Spear Point
  • Blade Grind: Flat
  • Blade Finish: Satin
  • Handle Material: Walnut 
  • Sheath Material: Brown Leather with Double Seam
  • Weight: 4.83 oz. (137 g)
  • Designer: Michele "Molletta" Pensato
  • Made in Italy
  • Parallel Import: No

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Richard Stewart
Lionsteel B35W

I own more than 100 knives. This is one of the nicest knives I have. I bought this with the intension to use it. It is exactly the knife’s description . It just feels right. My other knives I just display but this one I intent to take on a hunting trip with the walnut scales that fit my walnut rifle stock. Glad I bought this one. Will definitely invest in more Lionsteel knives. Worth the money and the flair of the Italians.

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