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Ritter Steel Leaf Blade Boot Knife

(3 customer reviews)


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”Boot Knives” also known as ”sock knives” were made to be worn in the sock, as in Scottish attrie, or in a boot. Features a sharpened carbon steel blade with a true full tang design. The grip is made of ebony wood. Includes a matching wood scabbard with leather wrap.

Overall Length7''
Blade Length3 5/8''
Weight2.7 oz
EdgeModerately Sharp
Width23.3 mm
Thickness2.7 mm - 2.3 mm
Grip Length3 3/8''
Blade [High Carbon Steel]
TypeBoot Knife
ClassBattle Ready
ManufacturerRitter Steel
Country of OriginPhilippines

3 reviews for Ritter Steel Leaf Blade Boot Knife

  1. Rick M.

    Great Little Knife This is easily the most useful historical blade that I own. It’s a solid tool for feasting, camp chores and for just about anything else a small knife is needed. It’s made of very hard steel, so it is a bit hard to give it a good edge, but once it’s sharp it holds an edge beautifully! The knife doesn’t come with some lame clip, which makes it easy to carry in a sock or a pocket.
    Historically accurate and works with any era.

  2. Chatarra Crow

    This is a great little knife that fits neatly in a pocket or boot. The handle is a little small, but that should be obvious. The blade come machine sharp and holds the edge well. My main complaint is that the edge has fairly significant grooves from the sharpening that make sharpening it yourself difficult. I still have the original edge, however, as I use this as a literal holdout knife; it never gets used.
    Another issue is the loose scabbard that comes with it, which makes it feel a little unsafe in pocket or boot. Of course, this means that you can draw it from your pocket and the scabbard will not ever get stuck.

  3. Taurnil85 (verified owner)

    Well I would have to say I give it a 1 start this little knife that I bought I have taken it to several different professional knife sharpeners and they told me there’s nothing we can do can you put eggs on it so your commitment over quality isn’t very good

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