Smith & Wesson Boot Knife Selection
Recent Customer Reviews - Smith & Wesson Boot Knife Selection
Gary S. from El Paso TX
The knives were exactly what I expected, engraving was exceptional and they arrived before due date. I will order again.
Gary S. reviewed: Smith & Wesson H.R.T. Tactical Boot Knife with Boot Clip Sheath
Michael S. from Oroville CA
I plan on buying 6 more of these items, they are perfect.They are great, they are very finely made knives. Tough handle material full strong tang,one piece steel very well balanced.
Michael S. reviewed: Schrade Old Timer Boot Knife with Delrin Handle
Daniel B. from Camp Hill, PA
The knife is exactly as advertised. I am extremely pleased with my purchase. My only issue is with the sheath. I like the hard sheath but the way it is engineered the knife point easily sticks the body of the sheath before finding the sheath sleeve.
Daniel B. reviewed: SOG Specialty Knives Mini Pentagon
Tyler C. from Fort Collins, CO
Love this knife! it is a great concealable knife for protection. Thank god I haven't had to pull it on anyone for my protection but it meets my needs and works great.
Tyler C. reviewed: Smith & Wesson H.R.T. Tactical Boot Knife with Boot Clip Sheath
Paige D. from NW.LA
Love it! Awesome Purchase. Strong, High Quality Knife. I plan to order several more during the Christmas Season later this year. This is a no nonsense gift that people will actually keep for a long time. I carry mine in my purse so it's a great girl gift too.
Paige D. reviewed: Personalized Smith & Wesson H.R.T. Coated Boot Knife with Leather Sheath
Jay K. from East Peoria, IL
I love it. I wear it constantly with my jungle boots. Purely for self-defense purposes. Lotta,"crazies," out there.
Jay K. reviewed: United Cutlery Tactical Commander Boot Knife Black Boot Sheath
James R. from Denver, CO
This is an awesome knife. Solid blade, and even though the handle is plastic, it feels like a well built knife that could do some serious damage. Only issue I have is that (based specifically on it's sheath) it is most definitely NOT a boot knife. Unless one wears knee high boots, this knife is definitely built for either belt or webbing gear. It's too long and too wide to fit in a standard military or work boot and having 2 safety catches makes it too slow and unwieldy to use in this capacity anyway. So in summary, this is an awesome knife with an overbuilt sheath. I recommend looking for an alternate sheath if you're going to buy.
James R. reviewed: Smith & Wesson H.R.T. Drop Point Fixed Blade Knife with Pommel and Sheath
Don M. from Eastern NC
I am pleased with the knife but it is extremely difficult to remove it from the sheath without pulling the sheath up with the knife.
Don M. reviewed: Smith & Wesson H.R.T. Tactical Boot Knife with Molded Nylon Sheath
More Information About Boot Knives
- Specialty Outdoor Knives - Specialty outdoor knives are great for a wide range of outdoor activities.
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