|Blade length:||3.3 in|
|Blade thickness:||0.10 in|
Most knife enthusiasts will know Lucas Burnley as the creator of the popular Kwaiken folders. His preference for Japanese inspired knives is also evident on the new Kihon, which nevertheless evokes a completely different feel than the Kwaiken. The significantly more sizeable titanium frame lock in combination with the wider blade predestines the Kihon as a tactical knife but also as a versatile utility knife for everyday use. The cobalt-alloyed VG-10 is used as the blade steel, which impresses equally with its corrosion resistance and edge-holding capability. The ball-bearing of the two-tone blade ensures literally friction-free flipping, while the Rick Hinderer lock stop limits the travel of the frame lock actuator. With removable clip (tip-up).
Lucas Burnley from New Mexico is a young Knife Maker who has made a name for himself with a mix of straight lines, the use of modern materials and the influence of classical elements. His designs are convincing with clear, charming lines and are often influenced by classical Japanese elements. In addition to Pocketknives and handy Fixed Blades, he also designs his own accessories.
In close cooperation with international acknowledged experts from military, police and security we develope and test tactical knives for the professional user. Boker Plus knives are innovative in terms of function and design, as well as guaranteed for everyday use. Conception, design and construction are carried out in Solingen, and production takes place in Europe, the USA and Asia.Show items