The characteristic design, the Tracker concept with two separate blades, the shock-resistant 1095 carbon steel and the remarkable price-performance ratio quickly made the Boker Plus Mini Tracker by Dave Wenger a top seller in the bushcraft and outdoor scene.
While the front part of the Tracker's larger variants is primarily suitable for chopping and splitting, the blade shape of the smaller dimension of the new Boker Plus Micro Tracker shows completely different advantages and qualities.
The Micro Tracker shares the advantages of the two grinding angles on one blade with its big brothers. In addition, the front half of the blade in the smaller format is excellent for working on a cutting board and the strong tip is excellent for opening boxes in everyday use. The small nose, which separates the two grinds, pulls powerfully into the cut in soft materials and is predestined for clipping cords, lines and belts.
The field and 3D archer appreciates the compact dimensions, the powerful tip and the archaic appearance when working out mis-shot arrows. The Boker Plus Micro Trapper has the same indestructible materials and finish of the Mini Tracker. The three carefully recessed and chamfered hollow brass studs in the handle add a visual highlight. Supplied with a belt adapter and a custom-fit Kydex sheath.
|Best Use||Everyday Carry, Outdoor|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Blade Material||1095 Carbon Steel|
|Blade Length||3.54 in (9.0 cm)|
|Blade Thickness (Spine)||0.16 in (0.4 cm)|
|Overall Length||7.48 in (19.0 cm)|
|Closed / Handle Length||4.18 in (10.6 cm)|
|Handle Width||1.05 in (2.7 cm)|
|Handle Thickness||0.72 in (1.8 cm)|
|Weight (oz)||5.4 oz (153.1 g)|