The Boker Subcom Claw is an amazingly thin, small manual folder designed by Chad Los Banos. The blade is AUS-8 bead blasted steel and has thumb studs on both sides (nice ambidexterous touch for our lefty friends). As you can see in the picture, the blade has a claw shape. Very cool knife shape. This quality manual folder has a fiberglass reinforced nylon handle and palm index "ramps" or texture that gives you a nice solid grip on this knife. It has a great pocket clip. Chad Los Banos has hit another home run with this manual knife. Get one for your collection today. Overall Length (inches): 4.50 Blade Length (inches): 1.88 Blade Material: AUS-8 Blade Detail: Plain, Hawkbill Handle Material: FRN Lock Style: Liner Lock Carry System: Pocket Clip
The Hawkbill shape on this blade is one of my most favorite things about this knife. The knife is very small at just over 4 and 1/2 inches open. The handle is suprisingly easy to grab onto and hold onto. At first, I thought the Subcom Claw would be difficult to use because it was so small. How wrong I was. The handle has little ramps and plenty of texture to give you a really good grip on it. A great knife for someone looking for a mini pocket knife for unobtrusive carry.