Böker Rhino neck knife$75.25 incl. VAT 0%
A knife that you will just need to own. The new Rhino has already been a very successful handmade custom piece from Jesper Voxnaes. This Boker Plus version, with the same elite blade lines, creates a curved cutting edge and offers a huge amount of utility for a variety of tasks. From outdoors to carving, from preparing game to a modern EDC - the Rhino does it all! Blade steel is 12C27. Includes black lanyard and leather sheath.
Lanyard hole, Lanyard, Full-Tang blade, Serialized
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Started from a small hardware factory of the Böker family in Germany in the 17th century, Böker became famous in 1869 when they launched their tree-brand knives developed in cooperation with the well-known cutlery-expert Hermann Heuser. The history of Böker has been affected by eventful times, but two things remained: passion and enthusiasm for extraordinary knives. Böker was one of the first companies to offer ceramic knives as a featured product line.