The traditional Boker Club Knife is the elegant brother of the famous Boker sports knife, known in North America as the Camp Knife. With almost the same dimensions, however, the shape is continuous and is not interrupted by recesses for the tools. The characteristic metal bracket for attaching a knife chain is also missing from the Club Knife. In addition to the scales made of structured burlap micarta, the slipjoint knife is characterised by the use of brass liners and the carbon steel O1 as blade material, which is hardened to 60 HRC. To emphasise the authenticity of the knife, the blade is given a special acid-wash finish, which also protects it from harmful environmental influences. A tight spring holds the blade in open position as well as at 90 degrees. The decorative bolsters of the Club Knife are made of nickel silver and are decorated with a finely milled groove. The long nail nick, also called Long Pull, has fine serrations and thus allows the lighting of suitable matches. Handmade in the Boker knife manufactory Solingen.
Micarta, Nickel Silver