The Boker Scout has been firmly connected to our name since 1985. No one can say today if anyone would have expected that the Pocketknife would be one of the most successful and popular Knifes from our range. But these many years in short-lived fads, that are also not unusual on the knife market, is definitely special. While no other model has had as many versions as the Scout over the years, the basic specifications never changed. The Boker Boy Scout breaks with this tradition and (while not changing the design) provides a smaller, pocket-friendlier version that plays to its strength primarily as compact everyday companion. The Boy Scout also has a significantly lower profile, yet is just as rugged and durable as its big brother. The nickel silver scales are CNC-machined for greater precision. The hollow ground blade made of stainless N690 is forged by Böhler and contributes with its memorable shape to the incomparable appearance of the Scout. A classic Backlock keeps the blade safely open. When the knife is opened, the spine locks into a notch on the back of the blade. To close the knife, push down the exposed part of the spine. The harmonic overall impression of this classic is completed by pleasantly shaped handle scales made of semi-transparent blue Honeycomb. The Honeycomb scale material is based on a resin that is applied to a detailed aluminum Honeycomb structure. This gives the scales a fine, silver-colored surface structure, paired with the 3D effect of the semi-transparent base material.
The famous knives with the world-renowned tree-brand are manufactured in the City of Blades Solingen since 1869. Since then, no knife left our manufactory without this sign of quality. The history of Boker has been affected by eventful times. But one thing has always been the same in more than 145 years: Our passion and enthusiasm for extraordinary knives. The Boker Knife Manufactory Solingen has developed into a global innovation leader and the largest manufacturer of Sporting Knives, Tactical Knives and Collector's Knives in Europe.Show items