The Condor Neck Gladius Knife is a cool neck knife. As the name might already suggest the design was inspired by the Gladius sword. With an 8.0 cm blade this Gladius neck knife is a little more modest in terms of size. And yet, with a total length of 15.4 cm it is still quite a large for a neck knife.
The blade is made from 1075 carbon steel. This is a strong steel that is easy to sharpen, and can also take quite a beating. 1075, however, is not completely stainless, so you need to clean it regularly and add a drop of oil once in a while.
Real scales are missing on the handle. Instead Condor used a paracord wrap. The sheath is made from kydex and comes with a neck cord.
The blade of the Morakniv Garberg S is 3.2mm thick and made of high quality stainless steel, specially treated in our factory to make it even stronger. It has a special Scandi grind to the edge, making the knife easier to keep sharp. Also, the spine of the blade has been ground to be used with a fire starter. The practical and classy knife sheath in polymer protects the edge when you don’t use the knife and with the belt loop attached to your belt the Morakniv Garberg is always close at hand.
Case trapper is about 4 1/8 inches long (folded/closed) and weighs approximately 3.5 ounces. The handle is Natural Bone . The bolsters are highly polished nickel silver. This knife utilizes a 3 1/4" clip blade and 3 1/4" spay blade. Stamped with pattern number 6254 SS, the blade material is true-sharp surgical stainless steel etched with "United States navy".
Model - HR312MOP. Trapper MOP. 4.13 inch closed. Mirror finish stainless clip and spey blades. Mother of pearl handle. Nickel silver bolster(s). Inlay shield. Boxed.
- Type: Pocket Knife
- Overall Length: 6.02 in
- Blade Length: 2.64 in
- Blade Thickness: 0.07 in
- Weight: 2.58 oz
- Blade Material: N690
- Handle Material: Curly Birch Wood, Nickel Silver
- Opener: Nail Nick
- Opening: Manual
- Lock Type: Slipjoint
- Made in: Solingen, Germany
- Color: Green
- Blade Color: Uncoated
The Boker Swell-End Jack is another classic knife shape, which was to be found on European farmers' markets and in the typical general shops of American settlements since the turn of the century. The handy pocket knife owes its name to its traditional design, which becomes noticeably wider towards the end of the handle, thus shifting the knife's centre of gravity backwards. In addition to the satin-finished main blade of ice-hardened N690 with 60 to 61 HRC, the knife is also equipped with a cap lifter that can also be used as a screwdriver. The blade has a modern ricasso and is opened by nail nick. The operating safety of the slipjoint is increased by a 90 degree arrestor during opening and closing. The green stabilised handle scales are made of local burl birch wood, which is characterised by its rich colour and striking grain. The characteristic bolsters are made of nickel silver. Handmade in the Boker Knife Manufactory in Solingen.
Boker is proud to present the Classic straight razor. This "entry-level" model allows them to bridge the gap between affordable pricing and very high-quality standards. The result is a straight razor with an outstanding price-performance ratio. The Boker Classic straight razor features a 5/8" blade with a rounded head. The stainless steel blade is ground extra hollow with a ridge. The black synthetic handle scales are moisture-resistant and add a modern touch. Each razor is made completely by hand in the Boker Manufactory in Solingen, Germany and comes in traditional packaging with a certificate of authenticity.