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Trending: Böker Plus Gnome

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Trending: Böker Plus Gnome

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For this week’s Fixed Blade Friday, we focus on a diminutive knife made by Danish custom knifemaker Jesper Voxnaes, known for his distinct design language and collaborations with EDC brands. The Böker Plus Gnome is a compact and classy neck knife that, even at just 4" long overall, delivers plenty of utility and performance for EDC.

The contoured handles provide a comfortable two-finger grip, thanks to the large finger choil that helps you control the knife while in use. The scales themselves are shaped from Micarta combined with red fiber inner layers for a bit of contrast and style. The Gnome’s 2" satin-finished sheepsfoot-style blade is useful for light cutting and slicing tasks, and the 440C stainless steel it’s ground gives it high resistance to wear and corrosion—perfect for a knife that you’ll likely be having on you at all times. The included Kydex sheath protects the blade and lets you loop in cord to make this a neck knife or to mount it on your gear. At 2 ounces, the Böker Plus Gnome is a tiny companion you wouldn’t mind taking along for those times that you need a small but reliable edge on hand. Check it out at the link below.

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