Boker Plus Pocket Fixed Blade Knife

Nov 15, 2018

Category: Gear

Typically speaking, folding knives are most often made for hideaway pocket carry, whereas fixed blades are a little more difficult to conceal. The tradeoff, however, is that fixed blades are a bit sturdier and less likely to jam or break, as they have fewer moving parts. Now, the folks at Boker have combined the best of both worlds with their Mickey Yurco-designed Pocket Knife.

As you might’ve guessed from its name, the Pocket Knife is a non-folding fixed blade that’s designed specifically for in-pocket carry. In fact, it comes with a specially-designed Ulticlip system attached to a Kydex sheath made specifically to clip inside your pants pocket. It’s also relatively small, at 6.9″ in total, though a large portion of that is made up by its 440C steel blade. The blade is attached to a stout, yet ergonomically-sound handle — which is made from G10, making it both lightweight and reliably durable. Best of all, this innovative and concealable fixed blade can be yours for $54.

Purchase: $54

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