Bushcraft knives are medium-size fixed-blade knives, mostly utilizing carbon or high-quality stainless steels. Their hallmarks include comfortable grips, sharpened spines for scrapping a ferro rod or other firestarter, and edges suitable
for carving and splitting natural materials such as wood.
Most bushcraft knives are meant to be carried on a belt with a formed sheath in either plastic or leather. While some can be used for high-stress work, most bushcraft knives fall into a medium-duty role.
While some would argue that edge retention or a precision Scandi grind is the most important feature of a bushcraft knife, I'd put handle comfort at the top of the pile. Having a blade that'll split wood and featherstick a whole tree is great, but it's going to be a miserable