Designed by Col. Rex Applegate, the Boker Smatchet was developed as an impressive, oversized combat knife, but can also be used perfectly as a multifunctional outdoor tool. Due to its impressive dimensions, however, the combat knife offers comparatively little carrying comfort. This is where the newly developed Boker Plus Pocket Smatchet by Chuck Gedraitis comes in, combining the design language of the famous classic with the advantages of a practical pocket knife construction. The American custom knifemaker has been designing and manufacturing high-quality, practical knives since he was 16 years old and has already won numerous awards with his innovative pocket knife designs. The robust Pocket Smatchet is equipped with a blade-shaped Spearpoint blade made of VG-10, which is provided with a resistant stonewash finish. The detachable thumb stud on the back of the blade allows for ambidextrous opening, while a sturdy linerlock reliably locks it in place. The decorative hollow groove continues the non-slip green canvas micarta handle scales, which are particularly secure in the hand thanks to the fine texturing. The sturdy clip (tip-up/r) is milled from the solid and also features the characteristic indentations of the classic Smatchet. With lanyard hole and high-quality nylon case for storage.