Nóż Böker Solingen Barlow BFF
The Boker Barlow BFF designed by Lucas Burnley is manufactured as a fixed EDC in full tang construction. The renowned designer and full-time knifemaker from the USA bridges the gap between the historical roots of the tried-and-tested Barlow and the modern elements of his line design, which is referred to as Post Tactical, with this handy knife. The characteristic drop shape of the Barlow can be traced back to the English pocket knives of the 17th century, which certainly makes it one of the oldest models ever. The name of the classic probably goes back to an enterprising Sheffield knife manufacturer of the same name, who began exporting the robust knives to North America around 1800. There they immediately enjoyed great popularity and so the first Barlow models also appeared in the history of the Boker Manufaktur at the end of the 19th century. In this fixed version, tradition, everyday utility and a touch of tactical finesse find a harmonious harmony. The compact Barlow BFF is made of ice-hardened AEB-L, a versatile blade steel with excellent cutting capabilities, good rust resistance and easy resharpening. Designed as a fixed blade, this version of the timeless classic is equipped with contoured handle scales made of local walnut wood and fits comfortably in the hand. The decorative hollow brass stud also serves as a lanyard hole and, together with the studs in the same colour, adds a visual accent. Supplied with a custom-fit black leather sheath that ensures a high level of carrying comfort thanks to the integrated clip. Handmade in the Boker Knife Manufactory in Solingen.