3.5″ (8.89cm) closed.
2.25″ (5.72cm) black stonewash finish 8Cr13MoV stainless drop point blade.
Black 2Cr13 stainless handle.
Designed by Lucas Burnley.
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Zero Tolerance 0450CF; With 3.25 DLC-Coated S35VN Stainless Steel Blade, All-Black Carbon Fiber and Titanium Handle Scales, KVT Ball-Bearing Opening, Frame Lock and Reversible Pocketclip; 2.45 OZ.
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.
10.75 inch overall. 5.38 inch sawback stainless spear point blade. Black knurled stainless handle. Black and gray camo finish blade. Pommel unscrews to reveal a compass inside cap and small survival kit stored in clear acrylic tube in handle. O-ring sealed. Sheath also stores a 4.88 inch overall skinner with 1.38 inch guthook blade. One piece stainless construction with flathead screwdriver end, bottle/can opener, and nylon lanyard. Also stored inside sheath is a pullout tray with latex powerbands for slingshot. Back of tray features ruler, S.O.S. Signals and signaling mirror. Outside of sheath features several feet of nylon cord, black coated stainless metal arms at tip of sheath that flip out to serve as slingshot, and a sharpening stone on the back. Boxed.
The popular Boker Pocket, a compact knife often carried in vest or jeans pockets or tucked into a woman's purse, sports scales made from decorative Tru-Stone. This extraordinary material is made in the US and is one of the top faux stone products. About 85% of the so-called Recon Stone is made from natural stones with the gaps filled with acrylic. The finished material has all the elegance of real solid natural stone, while being much sturdier and less brittle.
The Biker's Knife was designed as an all-purpose tool for the motorcycle enthusiast. The designer participated in public motocross races as a driver and later in the police service, combining both the passion for the sport, but also some of the hassles of motorcycling, such as missing a small but qualified tool to fix a fault. The creation of the Biker's Knife was intended to address this situation, featuring a shapely, light knife with tool attributes to make life easier for the biker on the street.