Boker is traditionally known for integrating the heritage of their craftsmanship into every knife they make. This Trapperliner is no exception, and any Boker collector won’t mind owning one of these.
We haven’t found any surprises as far as the blade is concerned. Boker kept their tradition of using Solingen stainless steel as the metal core. For blade noobs out there, Solingen is an elite German manufacturer of stainless steel, and if you’re a fan of Henckels kitchenware, you might already be aware of the durability of Solingen’s products because they’re one and the same material.
The handle is fashioned with genuine stag, giving the knife an attractive and rustic feel. Pins and a bolster made from nickel silver don’t hurt that image, either.
It’s a spin-off from Boker’s original Trapper series, and this time they’ve incorporated a locking liner and thumb stud for one-handed opening and closing. The features are completely safe, but you want to be fairly experienced with a locking liner system if you’re thinking about trying this knife out.