It was nine long days in which the Norse god Hermod rode through deep and dark valleys in the underworld to free his brother Balder from the realm of the dead. But this wish was denied him and all that remained was the memory and a magic ring that Odin, the father of the gods, had once placed on the grave of his deceased son. If Dirk Hofmeister of Midgard's Knives had been a Nordic blacksmith at the time, the saga might have ended very differently. With the Boker Plus Hermod 2.0, he presents another practical outdoor knife for which alternative handle scales in a wide variety of shapes, colours and materials can be easily printed out yourself. The Hermod 2.0, which is also designed as a rescue and survival knife, has a stonewash blade made of D2 and a full tang construction. The high bevel ensures good cutting properties despite the solid blade. The contoured handle scales made of black G10 are ergonomically shaped and give the hand an excellent grip, even in cold conditions or when used with gloves. Distinctive jimpings in the thumb rest area and at the end of the handle further increase work safety. Supplied with a glass breaker, a lanyard hole, a custom-fit Kydex sheath and a practical belt adapter.