Boker Anso 67 Folding Knife

Boker Anso 67 Folding Knife
Boker Anso 67 Folding Knife
Another gem from the creative mind of Jens Anso. Jens is one of the hottest designers in the knife business and Boker Knives has gotten a few great models from him. This one is a remarkable folding knife with one textured G10 side and on titanium framelock side. Similar to the way some Strider knives and Emerson superCQC7 knives were made, these are workhorse tools. Made in Germany, this knife is top quality.
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New Boker Ceramic Utility Kitchen Knife

New Boker Ceramic Utility Kitchen Knife
New Boker Ceramic Utility Kitchen Knife

Everyone should have at least one ceramic knife in their kitchen, as they are your best bet for everyday cutting chores. Ceramic knives will never corrode, they can go in the dishwasher, and they stay sharp 10 times longer than a metal blade. You shouldn’t torque them, or cut anything that might chip the edge… but if you can slice it, you’ll love doing it with a ceramic blade!

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New Miltner Adams design from BokerPlus

New Miltner Adams design from BokerPlus
KnifeCenter.com presents New Miltner Adams design from BokerPlus
Miltner Adams designs are always awesome. The designer thinks outside of what other people do and comes up with designs that are unique and really fantastic. Their chisel ground concept is built around blades that are made to be sharpened by laying the flat side of the blade directly on a stone. The production that Boker does of these is also remarkable in quality as well as pricing. You can see all Boker Miltner Adams HERE or these at www.knifecenter.com
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Meet the Boker Magnum Channel

Boker Magnum Channel Pocketknife
Boker Magnum Channel Folding Knife at less than $20

The sense of style on the Boker Magnum Channel is fantastic. The dark grey bolsters and blade finish are perfectly complemented by the dark wood scales. The wood scales are not only comfortable in the hand, but they also lend the knife a sense of elegance, making the Boker Channel a knife that would not be out of place clipped to a tuxedo pants pocket. Outside of the ballroom, the Boker design results in a knife that is capable of any task you might throw at it.

This is a work-capable dress knife for under $20. Whether you are on a tight budget, or just want to add another classy knife to your collection, this is the knife you are looking for.

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New Boker Gorm 7 Piece Kitchen Block Set

Boker Gorm 7 Piece Kitchen Block Set
New Boker Gorm 7 Piece Kitchen Block Set

Danish design and Solingen, Germany manufacture…you know it is going to be a beautiful product. Beautiful is the perfect word to describe the Gorm series of kitchen knives from Boker and custom knifemaker Jesper Voxnaes. The design is innovative, and as functional as it is striking in appearance. The steel is 440C and the handles are milled Micarta, giving you a very durable tool all the way round. Even the block is like nothing else on the market.

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Tom Krein Pocket Bowie Knife from Boker

Boker and Tom Krein Pocket Bowie Knife
New Pocket Bowie Knife from Boker and Tom Krein!

When we first heard about the Pocket Bowie, we were skeptical. One of the defining features of a Bowie knife is the large blade. What would a Bowie be, we wondered, without the size? But the new Pocket Bowie from Boker and Tom Krein has made believers out of us. The shaving sharp 2 1/2″ blade is small enough to be hidden under your shirt as a neck knife, but it feels like a larger knife. Maybe it is just the attitude that this knife has in comparison to other neck knives, but the spirit of the Bowie knife clearly surges beneath the steel of this blade.

The distinct Bowie blade is coupled with a very grippy G-10 handle. A tight, Tek-Lok compatible Kydex sheath completes the ensemble.

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New Minx Hunting Knife from Boker

Boker Minx Hunting Knife
New Minx Hunting Knife from Boker

This Solingen, Germany made hunting knife is truly a piece of art. The shape is not only elegant, but quite functional and comfortable. The beech wood handles are beautiful and individual. The CPM S35VN steel is designed for high performance edge retention. The designer is Neil Blackwood, who is usually only available in the custom market. This is a knife worth the investment.

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Off-The-Wall Specials from Boker

Boker Off The Wall Special Knives
Off-The-Wall Specials from Boker

Boker occasionally offers these great “Off the Wall” Specials… basically they take their great Solingen, Germany made traditional folders and build them with different handle materials that they have small batches off. Because they have everything already there on the shelf, they can produce them at a great price… which they pass along to us… which we have passed along to you.

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It Is Here, A Cheap Folding Kukri from Boker

Boker Pocket Kukri
Try the Boker Magnum Pocket Kukri

The kukri is a very popular fixed blade knife, the shape of which has frequently been adapted to machetes, but it is rarely seen on a folder. In fact, the only other folding kukris we currently carry are Cold Steel’s Rajah II and Rajah III.

Hailing from Nepal and India, the primary feature of the kukri is the heavy recurve, which results in the blade being much thicker at the tip. For traditional kukris, this makes them much more capable for chopping tasks. The folding kukri is not nearly as good for chopping large pieces of wood, but the shape still makes it great for other tasks. The recurve creates a dip in the knife that prevents the item that is being cut from slipping away from the knife, making it easier to cut wet rope or fish. It also creates a longer usable edge than other blades of similar length. Although there is no thumbstud or hole, the nail nick creates more than enough friction for opening the knife one handed.

Boker’s new Magnum Pocket Kukri has one big advantage over the Rajah series: It is a fraction of the price. At $17.95, you have the perfect excuse to indulge your curiosity and check out this knife.

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