As the name suggests, the boot knife is meant to be buried in one’s boot. This knife is small and is inevitably fixed to the handle. Interestingly, this rather gritty knife is also known as the gambler’s dagger. Boot knives
can also be carried on the belt or beneath a pant leg. The boot knife has a sharp serrated edge and has a sheath with a clip around it.
This is the sort of weapon many people carry around for protection. This slim knife can be concealed well and because of its rather sharp dagger-like form can be dire. This can also be a sort of back up blade and is very handy in an outdoor location. Blades and Triggers know that only the finest material and size go into making the best boot blades. Look for a sturdy handle and blade, and the cost when you are choosing a boot blade.