New from Böker Plus: Outdoorsman fixed-blade

Böker USA has introduced a new bushcraft knife to their Asian-made Boker Plus line. The Outdoorsman has a 3.75″ Sandvik 12C27 blade and an rubber-overmolded polymer handle. While it doesn’t carry the same cool points as a German-make Böker, it does come in at a cool $59.99 retail price.


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Boker Plus Outdoorsman
Lakewood, Colorado (July 7, 2016) – Boker USA is proud to introduce the Outdoorsman by Boker Plus.
The new Boker Plus Outdoorsman is compact but stout, and 100% tuned for utility. The full tang and 4.3mm blade thickness provide maximum durability, while the protruding pommel is shaped into a hammer surface. The over molded CFC handle has a large grip zone made from TPR, providing secure and comfortable handling, even in wet or cold conditions.
The blade is made from 12C27 and features a titanium finish for superior corrosion resistance. The bore in the tang not only supports attaching a lanyard, but also allows simple fastening to a stick to be used as a makeshift harpoon. A compact everyday companion for any outdoor situation or hunting chore.

  • Includes Cordura sheath.
  • Blade length: 3¾”.
  • Overall length: 8″.
  • Weight: 5.2 oz.
  • Suggested Retail Price: $59.95.

The Boker Plus Outdoorsman (model 02BO004) is available for purchase through Boker USA, Inc.
(303) 462-0662


  1. Peter Webb says:

    I am curious regarding the apparent desire to make knives into spears or hammers, or to use them as pry bars

    It seems to me that , in a genuine survival situation, your knife is one of your most useful tools. Which means that encouraging people to put it at risk by throwing, hitting or bending it, is not particularly clever.

    I recently purchased a knife which came with a note from the manufacturer stating that the knife was a cutting tool and was warranted for that use. It was not warranted for the (ab)uses mentioned above.

    Why do we do this?

    1. HL King says:

      If you’re in a survival situation and need a hammer or spear but have only a knife…

  2. Jake says:

    Not a bad designed for a lower priced offerin. I’ve always liked Boker knives and I own a few of the main line and some of the”Plus” line. Both are quality products, obviously the main line is more refined.

    Oh and just wanted to touch on outdoors alternative knife use.

    Prybar- never, just a bad idea
    Hammer- sure if the handle is designed for it
    Spear- yes, but only for thrusting/poking and no throwing it
    Batoning- sure if the spine is thick enough and you need kindeling

  3. nopenopenope says:

    I wonder if you could have it all. Maybe make something like one of those folding trench tools, only smaller with a hammer/knife combo instead of spade/pick. Make the handle like a very thick-spined tang and with a crowbar end.

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