The Boker Barlow BFF designed by Lucas Burnley as a fixed EDC in full tang construction is, as expected, a complete success and has delighted a large number of users all over the world since its market launch. With this handy knife, 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 its line design known as Post Tactical. In this fixed version, tradition, everyday utility and a touch of tactical finesse find harmonious harmony.
After the original model with walnut wood and a heavy duty variant with Micarta scales, a premium version was missing from our range until now. With the Boker Barlow Fixed Damascus, the entire blade blank is made of stainless Damascus by Chad Nichols, forged in the Coil Belt pattern.
The Damascus blade with 150 layers develops an irresistible and archaic appeal in combination with the scales made of up to 5,000-year-old bog oak. The decorative hollow copper stud also serves as a catch strap eyelet and, together with the studs of the same colour, adds a visual accent. Supplied with a precisely fitting black leather sheath, which ensures a high level of carrying comfort with the help of the integrated clip. Handmade in the Boker Knife Manufactory in Solingen.
• Overall Length: 15,5 cm
• Blade Length: 7,0 cm
• Blade Thickness: 2,5 mm
• Weight: 62 g
• Steel: Damascus
• Handle Material: Bog Oak Wood