If you’re in the market for a budget friendly and reliable workhorse, look no further than the Boker Cinch Roper II. It has an 80s Western flair, a solid lock up, and you can get it for about $40.
The Boker Cinch Roper II features a partially serrated 3” AUS-8 drop point blade with a satin finish. It has an oval thumb hole with moderate to serious jimping machined in. The action on this knife is less like a fidget spinner and more like the smooth, controlled opening you’d want in a work knife.
The stainless-steel handles are satin finished and engraved with a Western motif, giving it a look that’s almost straight out of Urban Cowboy. Lock up is solid on this knife, with no discernable wibble or wobble in any direction. It can be a one-handed closer but, just like many Lockbacks, you’re likely going to use two as it’s just easier.
It has a reversible, right carry pocket clip and lanyard hole. It’s 4.15” closed and weighs about 4 ounces.
- AUS-8, Satin Finish
- 3” Drop Point
- Thumb Hole Opener
- Lock Back
- Engraved Stainless-Steel Handles
- Reversible Pocket Clip
- Lanyard Hole
- 4 Ounces
- 4.15” Closed
- 7.15” Overall
For $40, the Boker Cinch Roper II is an excellent knife that makes an outstanding addition to any collection. To get this knife, click any link in the article or simply click the button below.
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