The Boker 1969 Z28 knife is a legend designed after another legend. In 1969, the Chevrolet Camaro Z28, often referred to as the Pony Car, was introduced. Considered the best of the best, it boasted a massive V8 small block engine with 290hp and a special performance package. A classic muscle car, the car drove into motorsport history with its design, power, and appeal.
The Boker Z28 knife brings to mind this car. This Tommaso Rumici design, features an elegant Damascus drop-point blade hand-forged by Chad Nichols with 80 layers in the "Tread" pattern. To make the blade, parts from the upper A-arm from the Camero were used.
The blade opens with a blue thumb stud and the biting stainless steel linerlock keeps the blade in place.
A finely tuned laquer finish in "Le Mans Blue" was created especially for Boker and this aluminum handle. The notchback, the small rear spoiler and the gill-like air intakes on the rear wings of the car have been integrated into the knife styling. The blade axle screw is inspired by rims often used on muscle cars. The straight lined stainless steel clip is milled from a solid block and is reminiscent of the chrome-plated door handles.
Comes in a high-quality floating display.
Handmade in the Boker Manufactory in Solingen.
- Chad Nichols forged Damascus
- 1969 Chevy Camaro inspired, blue lacqaluminum handle
- Milled titanium pocket clip
- Blade Length: 3.15"
- Closed Length: 4.12"
- Overall Length: 7.27"
- Blade Material: Damascus
- Blade Style: Drop Point
- Blade Edge: Standard
- Handle Material: Aluminum
- Handle Color: Blue
- Locking Mechanism: Liner Lock
- Designer: Tommaso Rumici
- Weight: 3.40 oz.
- Tip Up Clip
- Thumb Stud Opener
- Made in Germany