Smith & Wesson Boot Knife Selection

Smith & Wesson Boot Knife Selection
4.4
447

Old timer quality. What more needs to be said. Fits great in my boot.

Some SOG knives do not specify where they were made, others like their tomahawks have been made in China. This one, at least mine, was made in Seki, Japan. I love mine and have had it for close to 20 years now.

This turned out to be exactly what I had hoped for as to the purpose. Could not be any better, thank you.

I like this knife alot. I purchased it for concealment. I am happy with its design, The sheath does make it a bit hard to be a true"boot" knife. Other than this it is as sold and I am happy with it.

I gave it to my husband for Christmas and he loved it! He especially loved the engraving job. It is a beautiful knife. My only suggestion would be to have an option for a nice box for people who want to give it as a gift.

My knife shipped in a very timely manner, and upon arrival I was very impressed with the quality, especially considering the price. The blade was very sharp, and has held up very well for me over the past couple months. Everything is made very well, and I am very satisfied. I will definitely be coming back to Knife-Depot in the future.

I carry it everywhere I go, I like the double sided blade feature and all in all it's a great boot knife, the only reason that I gave it a four star is because the sheath isn't the best, it has a strong grip on the knife which is good but if you want to pull the knife out you have to hold the sheath and pull the knife because if you don't you pull the sheath out of your boot with the knife inside

  • Specialty Outdoor Knives - Specialty outdoor knives are great for a wide range of outdoor activities.
  • How to Spot a Counterfeit Knife - There's nothing worse than realizing that you've purchased a forged or counterfeit knife. Unfortunately, the counterfeit knife business is quite lucrative, as forged products can be made for as little as $5-$10 and then sold to unsuspecting buyers.