Pros: Blade Sharpness, Lock Type, Handle Material, Overall Quality, Pocket Clip, Ease of Opening, Handle Feel, Weight, Lock Ease of Use, Blade Material
Fantastic German quality & excellent Anso features.
Just got this as a gift from a friend, this is easily up in the top 5 of my favorite "factory" made knives in my collection. The Ti framelock is ROCK solid, the G10 perfectly machined, & the Bohler steel blade was impeccably shaving sharp out of the box. Pocket clip is nice & wide, & fairly well placed, a nice extra is that the other holes tapped for reversing the clip come with an extra set of screws pre-installed. The dark stonewash finish looks rugged & attractive, though as another customer noted, the look won't be for everybody, especially those who prefer the super clean look of highly polished bladesteel. I think it looks great though. The 67 comes in a super nice gift box & mine included a "Benchmade style" soft cloth bag (Red w/ Boker logo) to store the knife in. My favorite feature is the burly, oversized thumbstuds that make deploying the blade very easy. The knife rides comfortable & fairly discretely in the pocket, & doesn't look like a typical "tactical folder", at a glace in the pocket. The unique clip & shape might cause onlookers to either ignore it, or assume it's a multi-tool or other device. This is classic Jens Anso @ a fraction of the cost, & Boker's German translation of Anso's unique lines is spot-on. This is the type of knife i would try to replace immediately if it were ever lost. I'm tempted now to pick up the limited "orange peel" handle variation, because I am so fond of this knife overall.