Founded in 1994 in Oregon, Columbia River Knife and Tool, more commonly known ad CRKT, builds knives and tools to inspire and endure. The company collaborates with world-famous designers and avid outdoorsmen to create well-made tools that are built to stand up to the toughest tasks and environments.
Inspired by a tiger's claw, the karambit is an ancient design that's as useful as it is lethal. The CRKT Provoke elevates this timeless tool with a Kinematic system that lets it open with the push of a thumb and without the need to adjust your grip. The blade itself is made from D2 steel for durability and given a black titanium nitride coating for corrosion resistance. The anodized aluminum handle has an integrated pocket clip that sits almost completely flush and is raised by pressure on the outer edge.
Blade Length: 2.41" / Closed Length: 4.96" / Overall Length: 7.25" / Weight: 6.1 oz.
The M4 is a classic knife worthy of hall of fame status. It was custom designed by legendary knife maker Kit Carson, and this EDC-friendly version is a worthy addition to any collection. The lightweight folding knife features a white bone scale handle and contrasting black G10 bolsters, along with a stainless steel blade with a high-hollow-grind drop point in a bead-blast finish with a razor-sharp edge. The knife also benefits from the outburst mechanism which springs the blade fully open after it's been opened to about 30 degrees for smooth, fast action. Built for the long haul, the M4-02 also has bronze bearings, and dual stainless steel liners, one locking, and a stainless back spacer.
Blade Length: 3.25" / Blade Thickness: 0.121" / Closed Length: 3.75" / Weight: 3.3 oz
Designed by legendary knife maker Ken Onion, the Homefront EDC Knife from CRKT is the first from the company to let you completely disassemble and reassemble it without any tools. When the knife is closed, simply pull the front release away from the blade and spin the release wheel away from the pivot to discharge the aluminum handle and gain access to the interior. This innovative design lets you clear away any nastiness the stainless steel drop point blade has picked up throughout the day, ensuring the knife is always ready for duty.
Open Length: 3.539" / Closed Length: 4.720" / Blade Length: 3.539" / Blade Thickness: 0.135" / Weight: 4.3 oz.
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Designed by former U.S. Army officer and martial arts Sensei James Williams, the CRKT Tactical Key is a stealth self-defense tool that hides in plain sight alongside your other keys. Its glass-reinforced nylon handle is designed to provide a secure grip with two fingers, while the pointed end serves as an effective weapon and doubles as a Phillips screwdriver.
Length: 3.57" / Blade Length: 1.76" / Depth: 0.11" / Weight: 1.1 oz
Designed by Liong Mah with a distinctive upswept shape, the Mah-chete is prepared to take down anything that stands in its way. It features a hand-ground steel blade with a gritty, hammer-forged finish that is built to stay sharp. The curve of the blade provides extra leverage and efficiency, while the walnut handle is engineered for a comfortable grip with lanyard holes for a secure forward carry. Each Mah-chete includes a reinforced nylon sheath with an extra paracord attached for survival emergencies.
Length: 17.4" / Blade Length: 12" / Blade Thickness: 0.18" Weight: 1 lb 3.2 oz.
Get maximum utility for minimal weight with the award-winning CRKT Snap-Lock Knife. Designed by Virginia's Ed Van Hoy, it has a stainless steel wishbone frame that greatly reduces weight while fully protecting the sharpened edge. To use the 2.5-inch, triple point serrated HRC blade, simply push down on the cam lever and rotate 180º to lock it in place; reverse the process to close. An ambidextrous clip can hold bills or attach to a pocket, and the included quick-release paracord lanyard contrasts well with the bead-blasted finish while offering another carry option.
Length: 4.2" (Closed), 6.25" (Open) / Depth: 0.125" / Weight: 2.5 oz