Boker knives trace their history back to the German swordsmiths of the 16th Century. The Boker name and Tree Brand are synonymous with supreme quality and the cutler's craft. Heirloom-quality knives from Boker feature an unsurpassed selection of blade and handle materials and provide hunters, outdoorsmen, chefs and knife collectors with the finest knives available. From Damascus steel to high-carbon steel to the most advanced modern alloys, Boker kitchen knives, hunting knives and pocket knives are among the finest and most ... Learn more about Bokertreasured knives in the world. ... Less
Reviewed by mofo83 from Seattle on Monday, July 27, 2015
For the price, I don't see how you could find a nicer knife. Nice size (not too big, not too small), rock-solid frame-lock mechanism, sharp blade seems to be nice quality, plastic used for body of knife is grippy and seems durable.
Get one, you'll be happy with it!
One note: it's not as bright orange as in the picture - it's sort of like a muddy brownish orange. Not as attractive as picture, but oh well.
Reviewed by Michigan backpacker from SW Michigan on Monday, July 13, 2015
Not the best knife out there, but at this price, we can overlook the details. Decent grip on the handle. I'd prefer for it to be more rubbery, but it's a hard plastic with a rough texture. The locking mechanism is pretty basic, not complicated at all. The blade is a sharp little sucker. Haven't given it much use so I don't know how it will do over time, but again, for the price, no complaints.
Reviewed by covecrew from Trinidad on Friday, June 19, 2015
Great little knife, come super sharp right out of the box. g10 side is very nice and feels good in your hands. Be careful when clipping back into your pocket, the thumb stud can push the blade open as it hits the top of your pocket, managed to graze my pocket liner pretty good.