CRKT® Crossbones Imported Knife of the Year

08 June 2017 Author : 

The CRKT® Crossbones everyday carry folding knife, designed by Jeff Park of Mililani, Hawaii, took home the Imported Knife of the Year® award at the 2017 Blade Show, which took place June 2nd – 4th in Atlanta, GA.

This CRKT production model is modeled after his first custom release. The unique dog bone shape and sleek blade recall a paring knife or a fillet knife, but this one is truly thinner, lighter, and universal.

The slim, but easy-to-hold handle, is modeled after a dog bone, and gives this shapely knife its name. It’s made with brushed aluminum and the pocked inlay helps grip even if you’re out in it. The light, yet capable locking liner provides confidence while the blade is open and in use.

CROSSBONES

Blade          

Length: 3.536” (89.8 mm)

Edge: Plain

Steel: AUS 8

Finish: Satin

Thickness:        0.124” (3.1 mm)

Closed:             4.503” (114.3 mm)

Open:               8.0163” (204.8 mm)

Weight:             2.4 oz. (68.0 g)

Handle:             6061 Aluminum

Style:                Folding Knife w/Locking Liner

Link to Product Information Page:

https://www.crkt.com/crossbones.html

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