The Kansbol combines the handle configuration of the Garberg with the blade from the popular 2000. The blade is done in Sandvik stainless steel, and is 2.5 mm (.098") in thickness. It's about 4 1/8" long and just under an inch (15/16") wide. The basic grind is the usual Scandi, but it also has the additional "profile grind" on the forward part of the blade that thins the blade along the skinning curve. Unlike the 2000, the spine of the blade is squared for use with a fire starter, and it's left in a semi-matt finish. The knife weighs about 3 1/2 ounces. This is about a third of the weight of the Garberg. The result is a full sized, but light-weight knife that is more than stout enough for normal hiking, hunting or camping chores. The handle works better for me than the one on the 2000, or even the Forest (the other Morakniv that uses the 2000 blade). It's equally comfortable with the edge down, or edge up. The sheath comes with a simple belt hanger that will take belts up to 2 1/2" wide. The knife locks snugly into the sheath. I'm a bit surprised at how much I like this knife.