“Arbolito” is Spanish for “little tree,” and this razor celebrates Boker’s market in Central and South America, where the company is known casually as Arbolito because of the fact that their logo is — a little tree, of course. The Arbolito is incredibly lightweight, super thin, and sports a handsome Spanish tip for extra control and nimbleness. Pick up this razor next time you’re in one of the shops, and marvel at its construction, and the love and precision that goes into each one of Boker’s 120 steps crafting it.
About Boker - Patterned after the chestnut tree that towered above the first Boker factory across the river from Solingen, Boker has been grinding blades since 1829. That tree stood until 1925 when it was cleaved in twain by lightning. With production alternating between Solingen and New York, Boker’s legacy of fine blades continues nearly two centuries later in their straight razors that still bear the mark of the tree.