The elegant Boker Plus Zenshin is reminiscent of the world-famous Higonokami pocket knives, which have been manufactured in the Japanese town of Miki since 1896. Unlike its historical models, however, the handle body of the gentleman's knife is not made of a single piece of folded metal, but of flat brass handle scales with a robust stonewash finish. The flat construction dispenses with additional liners and lies comfortably in the hand. The 440C slipjoint blade is supplied with an elaborate two-tone finish and a flat grind. It opens two-handed and does not lock. With lanyard hole.