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The Ek Commando Knife Co. is proud to announce the release of the limited edition Ek/Jarosz Boot Knife.

The Ek/Jarosz Boot Knife is made from S35VN. The overall length of the Boot Knife is 8.5". The blade measures 4.25". The handle material is carbon fiber, the X-head fasteners are Blue Oxide PVD coated and the leather sheath features a clip to affix to either a belt or top of a boot.

Only 375 Ek/Jarosz Boot Knives have been produced.

Made in USA.

*Please note, due to the double-edged blade, KA-BAR is not permitted to ship this knife to certain locations.

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ITEM: EK102

Ek/Jarosz Boot Knife

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The Ek Commando Knife Co. is proud to announce the release of the limited edition Ek/Jarosz Boot Knife.

The Ek/Jarosz Boot Knife is made from S35VN. The overall length of the Boot Knife is 8.5". The blade measures 4.25". The handle material is carbon fiber, the X-head fasteners are Blue Oxide PVD coated and the leather sheath features a clip to affix to either a belt or top of a boot.

Only 375 Ek/Jarosz Boot Knives have been produced.

Made in USA.

*Please note, due to the double-edged blade, KA-BAR is not permitted to ship this knife to certain locations.

Handle Color: Black

$250.00
In Stock
  • Technical Specs
      • Weight
      • .35 lb
      • Blade Length
      • 4.25 inches
      • Overall length
      • 8.5 inches
      • Edge Angles
      • 18 Degrees
      • Shape
      • Double-Edged Boot Knife
      • Tang Stamp
      • Ek Commando Knife Co./Jarosz
      • Has Pocket Clip?
      • No
      • Knife Material
      • S35VN
      • Grind
      • Flat
      • Handle Material
      • Carbon Fiber
      • Rockwell Hardness
      • 58-60
      • Knife Country of Origin
      • United States
      • Sheath Country of Origin
      • United States
      • Blade Thickness
      • .125 inches
  • Designer Information
    • Jesse Jarosz

      Jesse Jarosz grew up in the country on acreage in Nebraska. As a kid he did a lot of hunting, fishing, trapping and other outdoor activities and since then has always enjoyed the outdoors. Into his teen years, Jesse worked for his father over the summers doing woodworking and construction. Working with his hands was something he grew to enjoy thoroughly, just as generations of his family before him. Having access to the his dad's tools, he was always building or working on something in his free time and so it was just a matter of time before he would make a knife. Jesse has loved knives since he was a child, but it wasn't until he started getting into more custom and high end knives that he decided to get into making his own.

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