The handy Boker Barlow is a lightweight slip-joint pocket knife that can handle almost all everyday cutting jobs effortlessly. In this version, it is equipped with contoured handle scales made of olive green Canvas Micarta, while the bolsters and liners are made of matt blasted brass. The resulting colour contrast is reminiscent of the privation-laden expeditions of discovery in times long past. The satin-finished blade is made of ice-hardened 440C with 60 H112941RC and is opened by nail nick. The operating safety of the knife is increased by a 90° stop when opening and closing the blade. The characteristic teardrop shape of the Barlow can be traced back to the English pocket knives of the 17th century, making it certainly one of the oldest models ever. Handmade in the Boker knife manufactory Solingen.
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