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We are very proud to present the brand new VoxKnives Gnome, as a Boker Plus exclusive design. This new neck knife from Jesper Voxnaes will captivate you with its ultra compact design and carry comfort. The contoured green canvas Micarta scales provide a secure and comfortable grip, even with a knife of this compact size, and present an attractive contrast with the bright red fiber layers. Blade steel is 12C27. Includes a Kydex sheath. Blade length: 2 1/8''. Overall length: 4''. Weight: 2 oz.
Great little knife. Beware of the kydex sheath, it was almost impossible to remove at first.Published 9 days ago by jacob samples
It's an awesome edc for its size. It could fit in my front pocket if I so choose to carry it that way. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Marlon A. Ribunal
This is an extremely sharp knife! It's a great little knife that is well constructed. However, the sheath is very very difficult to use; the knife gets stuck and it is very... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Chase
Great little knife. Love the design, and the Micarta handles are great. One thing: this is advertised as having 12c27 steel, but this model is 440C (which the blade is stamped as... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Robert Cartwright
Will be a great little neck knife. I was drawn to this knife for some unknown reason. Be it the OD green scales with red spacer, or the sheepsfoot blade. Read morePublished 1 month ago by C Mikles
Great little knife. Razor sharp out of the box. Don't expect anything from the sheath (it was apparently designed by people who never have or never needed a functional carry option... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Chris.
I returned it. Dull as dirt. I know I could have sharpened it up but come on, Boker. Sharpen your knives already. I have another one by them that is also dull. Read morePublished 2 months ago by TraderJim
This little thing is actually more useful then i thought it would be.
I had to laugh when i took it out of the box,as it was so small. Read more