CRKT Goken

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When it comes to gear, good design results from experience and hard use in the real world. Sometimes it comes from learning from the past. In any of the popular tactical knives from former military and martial artist James Williams, you can see elements of both. His new folding knife, the CRKT Goken, brings decades of experience in the field and CRKT's latest innovation to a traditional Japanese design.

One look at the Goken's Japanese-style modified tanto blade should be enough to tell you this isn't like most tactical knives. The blade shape and 3.7” length lend to precise slicing and penetration in a manageable EDC-friendly size. And because it's a tactical folder, it deploys quickly via a flipper tab, and locks up securely with a liner lock. The black G10 scales offer a solid grip even in wet and messy conditions while also keeping the weight of the knife down to just 4.2 ounces. A two-way, deep-carry pocket clip lets you carry discreetly in your preferred pocket configuration for easy EDC.

While the Goken brings many of the same qualities that made other James Williams designs popular, its standout feature this time around is CRKT's new Field Strip technology. It's important to keep your tools maintained well, especially if it's something you'll rely on in an emergency. The Goken disassembles for easy cleaning in the field with no other tools necessary. You can complete your tactical EDC with this unique knife at the link below.

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