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Boker Barlow Expedition

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Item #: BO-12941GCM


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Manufactured in Solingen

The Barlow style is a traditional pattern that can be traced back to the English pocketknives from the 17th Century. One of the oldest models around, the Barlow is easily recognized by the extra long bolster and blade(s) hinged at the bolster end of the knife handle. This version from Boker has contoured handle scales of olive green canvas Micarta with matte blasted brass bolsters and liners. It is a slip joint (no lock). Strong spring, doesn't need to lock. The 2-5/8" clip point blade is ice-hardened 440C at about 60 Rc. with a fine bead-blasted finish. Measures 3-1/4" closed. Weighs 2.0 oz. Includes a gray/black zippered pouch for safe keeping. Suggested retail is $199.95. Made in Solingen, Germany.

  • Type
  • Blade
    Clip Point
  • Blade Length
  • Finish
    Bead Blast
  • Blade Steel
  • Rockwell
  • Lock
    Slip Joint
  • Bolsters
  • Liners
  • Handle
    Canvas Micarta
  • Closed Length
  • Weight
    2.0 oz.
  • Origin

Böker Knives

From their beginnings in Remscheid, Germany more than 100 years ago, Böker "Treebrand" has survived countless hardships and has become the leading pocket knife maker in Europe. The chestnut tree that once grew near Böker's German factory represented an ideal symbol, and thus the "Treebrand" label was born. Today, the Böker "Treebrand" label represents a continued drive for higher quality and craftsmanship. Böker manufactures high quality pocket and hunting knives for sportsmen and collectors.

$ 181.95