Pocket knife blades, styles, and companies are constantly taking inspiration from each other and the Böker Plus Zenshin is no different. Its appearance and blade shape harkens back to the classic Higonokami knives of Japan, but the Zenshin has a few key differences. The handle isn’t a single piece of folded steel, instead opting for newer, stonewash finished scales in a simple, flat design that fits in anyone’s hand. The blade is a manual opening, two-tone 440C steel that’s secured by a frame lock. Fully extended, the knife is just shy of six-and-three-quarters inches, of which the blade is roughly three inches. Overall, it’s a minimalist’s dream, with no extras, no flair, and no loose parts.