Boker Kids Knife IISo, you got a knife for Christmas, and now the not-grown child in your life really wants one just like it. Well, great news, you don’t have to share your new knife if you don’t want to. Get them their own knife. The Boker Kids Knife II is great starter knife you can pick up for less than $30. It’s a good, sturdy knife that will withstand some abuse, and it has a couple of inherent safety features to save you a few gray hairs.

If they’re old enough to use a kitchen knife, and they’re reasonably responsible kids, a fixed blade is a great way to go. They can carry it on their hip and you’ll not need to worry that they’re going to close it on their fingers.

The Kids Knife II is a full-tang fixed blade with a stonewash finished 3.03” 440C drop point with a blade thickness of 0.11”. Boker Kids Knife IIBoker tells us it has a “…slightly rounded tip which deliberately has a smaller radius than the blades of conventional children’s knives…” which “…ensures full safety without noticeably affecting the knife’s characteristic features and possibilities of use.” All that means it’s a bit less stabby, which is not a bad thing at all when you’re just starting out.

It has textured G-10 handle scales with outstanding slip resistance. The handles are a rounded for comfort and there’s integral finger guard to help protect their digits. This knife comes with a leather sheath with a belt loop attachment and an oversized snap for easy indexing. It has a handle length of 3.78”, it’s 6.81” overall, and it weighs about 3.32 ounces.

Boker Kids Knife IIBoker Kids Knife II Details

  • 440C, Stonewash Finish
  • 3.03” Drop Point, Rounded Tip
  • 0.11” Blade Thickness
  • Full Tang Fixed Blade
  • Textured G-10 Handle Scales
  • Leather Sheath with Belt Loop Attachment
  • 3.32 Ounces
  • 6.81” Overall

The Boker Kids Knife II is a great way to distract from your…we mean encourage your child’s interest in knives. You can pick one up for less than $30. If you’re interested in this knife, click any link in the article or simply click the button below.

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