The new Boker Washboard Bone Trapper isn’t a mainstay in the Boker lineup. It only appears occasionally, and we just love it. Matter of fact, if you do a quick search for Boker model 2525 and you’ll notice they tend to both sell and hold their value well. This knife harkens back to the old days when the only pocketknife was a slipjoint pocketknife and just about everyone carried one in their pocket.

The Washboard jigging pattern reminds us a bit of a more symmetrical ram’s horn, and we know by looking at older models that it will age beautifully. We also love how the colors in this knife vary between a dark coffee and a light toffee color. It has a good fit and finish and an amazing feel in hand. The bone handles are mounted on brass liners and secured with nickel silver pins. It has mirror polished, nickel silver bolsters. It’s accented by a nickel silver Boker Solingen shield.

This knife has 3.25” carbon steel clip and spey blades that open with a nail nick. There’s a frosted “Boker Tree Brand Classic” blade etch on the main clip point blade. It’s 4.25” closed and weighs about 4 ounces.

Boker Washboard Bone Trapper Details

  • Carbon Steel, Mirror Polish
  • 3.25” Clip and Spey Blades
  • Frosted Main Blade
  • Slipjoint
  • Washboard Jigged Bone Handles
  • Brass Liners
  • Nickel Silver Pins and Bolsters
  • Boker Solingen Shield
  • 4 Ounces
  • 4.25” Closed
  • 8.5” Overall
  • Made in Solingen, Germany

The Boker Washboard Bone Trapper is a beautiful knife that makes an outstanding addition to any pocketknife collection. If you’re interested in this knife, click any link in the article or simply click the button below.

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