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Classic Boot Knife

Price: $12.95
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Classic Boot Knife

Price: $12.95
(1 Reviews)
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Is that a snake in your boots? Well, you'd better get yourself the Classic Boot Knife to deal with it. There are not many other knives that are this large yet easily concealable at the same time. If you are in the woods or even just want an extra layer of protection for yourself, this is the perfect blade for you!

This stainless steel boot knife offers the security of a double cutting edge blade. The approximate length of the knife is 10 inches, while the length of the blade is approximately 5 inches. While it is larger compared to other knives, it only weighs 6.5 ounces so it lightweight to carry in your boot! The black stain on the wood handle gives the grain the rugged appearance you deserve. On top of this, a black faux leather sheath comes with your weapon so that you won't poke yourself while concealing your blade from others.

Life is full of surprises. Let yourself be ready with the easily concealable boot knife and dish out a surprise of your own. You never know when it can come in handy!

Classic Boot Knife Highlights:
  • Approx. Length: 10 inches
  • Approx. Blade Length: 5 inches
  • Approx. Weight: 6.5 ounces
  • Faux Leather Sheath with Shoe Clip
  • Chrome Finish Stainless Steel
  • Black Stained Wooden Handle

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"Very good knife for a low price. It's sharp and durable. The craftsmanship is not the most refined, but that can be expected at such a low price. It's weighted almost appropriately enough to be used as a throwing knife, but it takes practice to get the technique down. The sheath feels very cheap, and after wearing it in my boot for a little over a year, the clip has lost most of its tension, so it does not clip as tightly to the boot as it used to. Still a great knife at a great pice, though."
Written By: Dennis
12/7/17 - 1:14pm
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