Silky PocketBoy 170mm Professional Outback Edition

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Silky PocketBoy 170mm Professional Outback Edition

The Silky Pocketboy 170 Outback Edition hand saws feature a handle made of arbor composite which provides excellent grip and control for wet, cold and game-processing conditions.

The blade can cut bone and wood, and is black-plated with a nickel/tin blend to improve durability and reduce reflection for stealth, low-impact activities.


  • Blade Length: 170mm Straight
  • Teeth Pitch: 10 (8.5 tpi)
  • Weight:  0.55 lbs (248g)
  • Non-Set Teeth: Taper ground to reduce resistance for smoother, easier and faster cutting.
  • Impulse-Hardened: The teeth of the blade are heated and hardened to stay sharp three times longer than non-hardened teeth.
  • MIRAI-ME: Featuring 4 cutting angles along the blade for rip-cutting, cross-cutting and slant cutting, leaving a smooth surface every time.
  • Black Plating: Blacking plating allows entire blade, including the teeth, to be coated with a unique, highly durable Nickel / TIn blend. It provides longer blade life and improved cutting performance.

Made in Japan

Is this grip rubber?

No. It feels more like a blend of G10 and plastic and has a hard, but grippy feel.

Is the blade matte black?


Does this work for Bushcraft?

This is an excellent bushcraft and general use folding saw.

4 reviews for Silky PocketBoy 170mm Professional Outback Edition

  1. Jacob (verified owner)

  2. Darren (verified owner)

    Right size for a pocket saw but not so small as to be not worthwhile. I wanted something a touch bigger than the smaller pocket boy. Try it out on some yard pruning so you get used to the cutting style of the Japanese blade.

  3. Robert Miller (verified owner)

    All products, branded or not branded, are only produces that GB2 uses or developed. Therefore you can rest easy know the quality is at its finest.

  4. Ronald Brown (verified owner)

    Great compact tool for more camp craft wood processing. Will be trying it out in the coming days in the San Jacinto Wilderness.

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