Hardly any other Boker Plus pocket knife has been in such demand in recent years and appeared in so many variations as the Exskelibur by Mike Skellern. With his design, the knifemaker from South Africa has established one of the most successful and popular series in the Boker Plus range.
This particularly modern variant with a stainless steel frame lock is once again significantly slimmer than the various liner lock versions and is convincing both in everyday use and in tougher applications.The textured front scales are made of olive green micarta and give the design, originally intended as a gentleman's knife, a rustic look. The Spear point blade made of D2 has a dark stonewash finish and thus further emphasizes the outdoor character of the pocket knife. It is opened two-handed or by front flipper and reliably locked by the sturdy stonewash frame lock. Supplied with a convertible clip (tip-up/tip-down) and a high-quality nylon case for storage.
|Lock Type||Frame Lock|
|Best Use||Everyday Carry|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Blade Finish||Black Stonewashed|
|Blade Shape||Spear Point|
|Blade Length||3.5 in (8.9 cm)|
|Blade Thickness (Spine)||0.11 in (0.3 cm)|
|Overall Length||8.14 in (20.7 cm)|
|Closed / Handle Length||4.55 in (11.6 cm)|
|Handle Width||1 in (2.5 cm)|
|Handle Thickness||0.4 in (1.0 cm)|
|Weight (oz)||3.7 oz (104.9 g)|
|Included||Zippered Carry Pouch|