Support BladeForums! Paid memberships don't see ads! I love knives with wooden handles. I know, wood is not the strongest material out there, and it doesn't look tacticool, but I still am drawn to it. I love the warmth of it, and the fact that wood makes every knife unique. Also, I think that wood - if properly cared for - ages very nicely, and gives older knives character. There is a thread on knives with wooden handles in the traditionals forum, but I didn't find anything here (and not only traditional knives have wooden handles). So I thought I'd create a thread for showcasing knives with wooden handles. The rules are simple: Everything that used to be a tree in its former life counts (i.e., stabilized wood is fine too). To start us off here's the knife with the most beatiful wooden handle in my collection: A Helle Fjellkniven in Curly Birch. Looking forward to seeing your wooden beauties!