Buck Knives & Nicks Boots: Celebrating 60 Years of American Craftsmanship

Iconic American Craftsmanship, Limited Edition

Picture two American classics, icons of their own craft, born in the same year – 1964. Buck Knives, with their debut of the legendary 110 Folding Hunter, and Nicks Handmade Boots, with their first logger boots. Now imagine these two stars meeting in a unique dance of American craftsmanship. A waltz between the steel of a Buck Knife and the leather of a Nicks Boot.

Let's dive into this American fusion, this limited-edition ensemble born from collaboration. A 1964 edition Buck 110 Folding Hunter, homage to the original and a pair of Nicks BuilderPro™ boots, the very epitome of rugged craftsmanship.

The Limited Edition Collab 110 Folding Hunter, as its moniker suggests, has been recreated with a keen eye for nostalgia. Smaller scale pins, a brass spring pin – touches of the past embedded into its contemporary essence.

Stepping into the boots of this collaboration, quite literally, we have the Nicks BuilderPro™ Collab boot. The boot's exterior echoes back to the original 1960s boots with its signature 1964 Brown texture and color. These boots aren't just about style, they carry functionality at heart. Integrated is a knife pocket that smoothly fits the 110 Folding Hunter, a detail that adds a layer of practicality to the elegance.

Let's not forget the other important features that make these boots a standout. Built on a HNW Moderate Arch Standard Toe last and a V100 Lug outsole, these are the workhorse boots you need when venturing into the great outdoors. Uppers made from smooth, sturdy Seidel-type work leather ensure they will age gracefully, matching your spirit of adventure step for step.

Then, there's the thoughtfully designed knife holder pouch on the right boot, making it as functional as it is stylish. The boots, sporting a soft toe structure, ensure comfortable, long wear for those rugged expeditions. With the added advantage of being resole-able and rebuildable, these boots are built for longevity, mirroring your own relentless spirit.

This combination of Buck's vintage-inspired knife and Nick's classic boots, it's like a duet of timeless Americana. It is a testament to classic design, enduring craftsmanship, and yes, the spirit of adventure. And it's not something that will last forever. It's limited – both in time and numbers.

And you know what they say about limited editions, right? They are an opportunity, an invitation to own a piece of history. Priced at $699, this Buck Knives x Nicks Boots 1964 Knife and Boots Collab is a token of 1964 – the year two American icons were born.

It's the year 2023 now, but with this limited edition combo in your hands, you get to time-travel, feel a bit of the wild 60s, and own a piece of Americana that will inspire you to venture out into the unknown, be it a dense forest or an urban jungle. As they say, the world is your oyster, and this combo might just be the pearl you need to dive in.


  1. Historical Significance: This combo has a rich backstory and stands as a testament to American craftsmanship. The products are based on designs that debuted in 1964 and have been loved by many ever since. Owning them is like owning a piece of history.
  2. Quality and Durability: Both Buck Knives and Nicks Boots have a reputation for making high-quality, durable products. The knife and boots in this collab are likely to uphold this standard. The boots are rebuildable and resole-able, offering longevity.
  3. Functionality: The Collab 110 knife includes original features like a brass spring pin, while the Nicks BuilderPro™ boots include a handy knife pocket. These features add practical value to the products.
  4. Made in the USA: If you value American-made products, this collab fits the bill. Both companies are still making their products in the USA, which speaks to their commitment to local economies and craftsmanship.
  5. Limited Edition: This combo is only available for a limited time, adding to its exclusivity and potential value. It might even become a collector's item in the future.


  1. Price: Priced at $699, this knife and boots combo may be considered expensive by some. It's an investment, and you'd need to consider if the historical significance and craftsmanship justify the cost for you.
  2. Limited Availability: While the limited edition nature of the collab can be a pro, it can also be a con. If you're interested in purchasing it but aren't able to do so during the limited release, you might miss out.
  3. Not Certified for Specific Professions: The boots aren't NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) certified or ASTM F2413-18 M/I/C Rated, which might be a requirement for some professions. They're also not EH (Electrical Hazard) rated.
  4. Retro Design Might Not Appeal to All: The 1960s design, while charming to many, might not appeal to everyone, particularly those who prefer more modern aesthetics.


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