The handy Boker Plus Nessmi Pro owes its name to the American adventurer George W. Sears, who lived in the eastern United States from 1821 to 1890 and wrote books and magazine articles about life in the wilderness under the pseudonym "Nessmuk". To honour his concept of outdoor equipment that is as lightweight as possible, the Danish knifemaker Jesper Voxnaes has developed this particularly compact version of the Nessmuk knife. The knife, made of D2 in full tang construction, is not only suitable for outdoor use and hunting, but also proves its worth in everyday life. The handle scales made of black micarta and the black powder coating of the blade give the Nessmi Pro a tactical look, while the hollow copper rivets add a colourful accent and also serve as a lanyard hole. Supplied with a black leather sheath.