Boker Espina Dagger Fixed 4" N690BO Blade, Micarta Handles (120637)
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BO120637: Boker Espina
The Boker Espina by Martin Knives from Texas almost seems like an antique. No wonder, since it takes its shape from several historic designs. The coffin shaped handles ("coffin handle") of the original Bowie knives were the inspiration for the rear part of the integral dagger, made of a single piece of steel. Another inspiration for this piece is the traditional Scottish dirk. And finally, with its delicate, thinly ground blade, this dagger creates an overall look that is almost Venetian. Newton Martin has managed to unite these completely different style elements into one impressive dagger, creating something completely unique. The thickness of under 7 mm allows a variety of discreet carrying options, along with the leather sheath with its steel clip. The fine polish on the N690BO steel blade, and the polished linen Micarta scales complete this exceptional piece.
- Overall Length: 7 5/8"
- Blade Length: 4"
- Weight: 2.3 oz.
- Blade Material: N690BO
- Handle Material: Micarta
- Made in Germany
N690 is an Austrian steel with adequate hardness and superb corrosion resistant properties makes this a great steel for use around marine environments.
Leather is known for its durability and traditional appeal. When compared to kydex it is preferred for its silence when bumped against other objects, as well as blade retention.
The original steel Capital of the World: Solingen, Germany produces some of the best Kitchen knives and straight razors money can buy.
Similar to G10, Micarta is a a compressed layered composite which instead of using fiberglass, uses fiber compounds of any type of create a strong, attractive material that is impervious to water.