Known for the Kwaiken, the Squid, and scores of other great knife designs there’s no doubt that Lucas Burnley might be one of the knife world’s hottest designers. We expect the limited edition Boker Plus Kihon Titanium will be no exception. It’s a medium sized pocket knife with clean lines, a thin profile, and a quality build.
The dual finished 3.3” VG-10 drop point opens with either thumb studs or a flipper. The ball bearing pivot ensures a fast, frictionless opening. Once open, it locks in place with a sturdy frame lock that is made even more sturdy with a Hinderer stop lock. Boker tells us the “lock stop limits the travel of the frame lock actuator.”
The titanium handles on the Kihon are straight up gorgeous. The stonewashed finish gives it a vintage look while the machined lines are aesthetically pleasing to the eye. We especially love the triangular detailing just below the lanyard hole. Not only is it great looking, it’s thin frame and relatively light weight also make it easy on the pocket.
- VG-10, Dual Finish
- 3.3” Drop Point
- 0.10” Blade Thickness
- Titanium Handles
- Frame Lock with Lock Stop
- Flipper or Thumb Studs with Ball Bearing Pivot System
- Removeable Tip-Up Pocket Clip
- Lanyard Hole
- 3.9 Ounces
- 4.5” Closed
- 7.8” Overall
The limited edition Boker Plus Kihon Titanium is an all around gorgeous knife, make sure you get yours before they’re gone. To get this knife, click any link in the article or simply click the button below.
All images courtesy of Smoky Mountain Knife Works – smkw.com.