In addition to knives, Boker products include bags, sharpeners, and flashlights.
The symbol of Boker knives is a tree, which is inspired by a giant chestnut tree that stood near the Boeker tool factory in the 17th century.
Boker still produces reproduction M3 Trench Knifes.
They make exceptional knives and use quality German materials.
A few knives in this line are the Australian Steak Knife, Stag Hunter and El Trampero.
In 1943 many soldiers got a brand new shinny present called the M3 Fighting Knife or as it was commonly called the M3 Trench Knife.
The original purpose of the M3 Trench Knife was to equip soldiers with a close combat weapon who were not equipped with a bayonet.
The Boker Arbolito brand is considered one of the best kept secrets in the world of knives.
Boker has a unique history with South America after the Boeker family moved into the Argentinian and Chilean markets in the 19th and 20th centuries.