The "Jahtipuukko" has a blade approximately 4" (95mm) long, 7/8" wide at the handle, almost 1 1/6" at the widest point and .129" thick. The 4 1/2" handle has a brass bolster and the tang in peened at the butt end. The sheath has a dangler belt loop. This would make a good skinning tool or light camp knife. It comes with a fine whittling edge. The shape of these blades are quite unusual coming from Finland and very neat. This one would really make a great skinner.