Product Description ::
This kukri is a new invention of Nepalese kukri House. Kukris can be broadly classified into two types: Eastern and Western. The Eastern blades are usually regarded as the thinner and are often referred to as Sirupate (Siru Leaf). Western blades are generally broader. Occasionally the Western style is called Budhuna (refers to a fish with a large head) or Baspate (Bamboo leaf) which refers to blades just outside of the normal Sirupate blade. Despite the classification of Eastern and Western, both styles of kukri appear to be used in all areas of Nepal.
baspate kukri which is popular in Nepalese remote village. The kukri is straighter than to our other regular blades. It is useful for chopping heavy woods and general task and so on but the specially use on chopping bamboo in remote village of Nepal. The blade of this kukri is 14 inches long where 5.5 inches stick tang Sadan wood handle and comes with a traditional Nepalese leather covered scabbard, with karda utility knife and chakmak burnishes, and basic carry frog to put on your belt. The spine of the blade is 10mm from the bolster and 4.5inches broad belly. The weight of kukri is 900grams with scabbard, when packing it would be 1.5 kg.