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Outdoor Edge Redefines Folding Utility Knife

The new B.O.A. (Box Opening Assistant) combines comfort and power.

Outdoor Edge Redefines Folding Utility Knife

Photo courtesy of Outdoor Edge

Outdoor Edge, a designer and manufacturer of knives and tools for outdoor enthusiasts, handymen and others, has upgraded the classic box cutter found in Dad’s toolbox.

The new B.O.A. (Bow Opening Assistant) is a folding utility knife that is ergonomically comfortable and powerful. With extensive jimping on the stainless steel blade holder, power from the hand is delivered directly to the cutting edge, and the force of the cut goes exactly where intended.

An ingenious yet simple mechanism, a safety-guarded thumb button allows quick and safe blade replacement with the flick of a finger. Constructed of 420J2 stainless steel with a sure-grip textured glass/nylon polymer handle, it’s durable and lightweight.

The B.O.A. has an overall length of 5.75 inches with the blade extended, and folds down to a pocket-friendly 3.6 inches for carrying between uses. Weighing 2.7 oz., the B.O.A. is light enough to be nimble, but it is constructed tough enough to withstand years of use. Available in blaze orange or black, the B.O.A. includes three standard utility razor blades.


Suggested retail price of $16.95.


About Outdoor Edge

Founded in 1988 and headquartered in Denver, Outdoor Edge is a leading designer and manufacturer of knives and tools. Today, Outdoor Edge continues to innovate and develop state-of-the-art products for outdoor enthusiasts, game processors, survivalists, handymen and others who require the very best knives and tools available for leisure, work and everyday-carry needs. The company prides itself in offering a variety of products that undergo extensive field-testing in harsh, rugged environments resulting in durable, long-lasting products that come with a lifetime guarantee. For additional information on Outdoor Edge and its full line of products write to: Outdoor Edge, 5000 Osage Street, Suite 800, Denver, CO 80221; call toll-free 800-477-3343; email moreinfo@outdooredge.com; or visit outdooredge.com.

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