Explorer: Walnut & Tangerine Burlap

An autumn bushcraft knife.  This one does have a couple traits which are different/unique to it; the ricasso, instead of being flat, has a circular cut-in.  This creates a bit of a sharpening step for the scandi.  I'm not sure but we might continue doing this down the road.  Also, the pommel on this explorer turned out a tad small; not in the handle contour (4/5 thickness) but in the steel profile itself (if you can notice in the pictures, it's quite subtle but worth noting).
Blade: explorer, 1/8, cpm 3v, scandi, satin
Handle: walnut, tangerine burlap bolster, thin black liners, copper loveless bolts, mosaic tube, standard thickness