The Best CRKT Gear on Sale Right Now

CRKT makes solid everyday carry gear, especially when it comes to unique and innovative designs at affordable price points. And right now, a handful of those designs are on sale at Amazon to get you even more bang for your buck. Whether you're looking for a special last-minute gift for a fellow EDCer or you're looking to treat yourself to another knife for the collection, we've got you covered in this round-up.

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CRKT Ripsnort

Sure, lots of small EDC knives can handle utility tasks, but few are actually built for the job. You usually have to trade heavy-duty heft for a smaller size and weight. And with a thin and slim blade, you might not have the confidence to tackle larger tasks. The innovative new Ripsnort from CRKT approaches this problem in a different way. It's a fresh take on a small everyday carry utility blade. Fitting that it's made by Philip Booth, who won last year's Blade Show Most Innovative Design Award.

The Ripsnort features an impressive cleaver-style blade that's perfect for utility tasks. Its sharp 8Cr13MoV stainless blade steel is also easy and simple to maintain. A solid liner lock should give you confidence that the knife won't fail on you when the going gets tough. Plus, the easy flipper opening makes it a cinch to open the knife with a single hand. That flipper also doubles as a large guard keeping your hand out of your own blade during rough use.

But even though it has an impressive look, the Ripsnort is still a small EDC knife. The blade measures a modest 2.831" inches, and the knife is less than 7" in length when open. And at 6 ounces, it won't be a undue burden in your pockets either.

With the Ripsnort, you can stop wondering whether your EDC blade can handle the task at hand. Pick one up and see for yourself at the link below.

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CRKT Daktyl

When you think of minimalist knives, something slim, lightweight, and easy to carry is usually what comes to mind. Not something so spartan that it's literally stripped down to its bones. But CRKT have made what seems to be an impossible knife in the Daktyl. Able to perform well as a knife while having the one of the most lightweight profiles ever manufactured, the Daktyl is as visually impressive as it a feat of engineering.

Designed my Tim Hitchcock out of Oregon and named after the Greek word for “finger,” the Daktyl's action centers around a single action. This Hole in One mechanism activates by pushing down on the blade's rear level while closed, letting the blade swing out and click into place. An additional Slide Lock mechanism helps keep the Daktyl secure while both open and closed.

The Daktyl comes with a 3.05” 420J2 stainless steel modified wharncliffe blade, giving enough room for slicing while also having a useful tip for finer tasks. Its handles and lock mechanisms come in 420 stainless steel, giving the knife some weight so it doesn't fly out of your hands when in use. It weighs in at 2.4 ounces, with a carabiner opening at its end while closed that doubles as both an attachment point for EDC and as a handy bottle opener when it's time to crack open a cold one at the end of the day.

Able to hide functionality where there seems to be no space for them is only one of the many reasons why the Daktyl is an EDC evolution for knives. Pick on up for yourself at the Amazon link below.

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CRKT Keychain Sharpener

"A dull blade is a dangerous blade. Keep your knife sharp and ready whenever and wherever you go with Columbia River Knife and Tool’s keychain sharpener. It also packs a seatbelt strap cutter and..." (via TheAwesomer)

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CRKT Crossbones

From the handle to the blade, the Crossbones is a marvel of slim, minimalist design. So much so that it went on to win the Best Imported Knife of 2017 at this past Blade Show. It's a feat made even more impressive given it's up-and-coming knifemaker Jeff Park's first production blade from CRKT. The Crossbones has an understated sleekness to it that makes it a perfect choice for a classy modern gent's knife. And its ergonomics and versatility make it a great choice for general everyday carry use, too.

The Crossbones sports a thin, 6061 aluminum handle with a two-tone “cross” pattern that gives it its signature look. A darker, diamond-textured section gives excellent grip to its otherwise slender frame and contrasts the rest of the brushed aluminum on the handle. An IKBS-assisted flipper tab keeps the knife's trim silhouette when closed while quickly deploying its 3.5” AUS-8 blade into a solid liner lock. The Crossbones is an excellent slicer thanks to the full flat grind on its blade, making short work of your everyday cutting tasks. And at a mere 4.5" closed and 2.4oz in weight, it's neither too big nor too heavy for your pockets.

If you're looking for a knife that cuts as sharp as it looks, the Crossbones is a great low-profile option for you. Give this modern EDC gent's knife a try and pick one up at the link below.

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CRKT Snap Lock Folding Knife

"The design is more than a decade old but it’s still one of the most unique available, and finally back in production. The CRKT Snap Lock Folding Knife, originally designed by Ed Van Hoy, is skeletonized as all hell and extremely lightweight for it at 2.6 ounces, not to mention safely locked both folded and unfolded thanks to a unique ambidextrous Snap Lock mechanism that’s actuated using your thumb (at which point the blade can be swung 180° open; see second image). The handle is still comfortable and..." (via GearHungry)

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CRKT Homefront EDC

When shopping for EDC knives, the ability to strip it down to its individual pieces probably isn't at the top of your list. But if you think about it, it makes plenty of sense when maintaining your favorite everyday blade. With recessed spaces and moving parts, even the best-made EDC blades can fall prey to the gunk and debris that come with everyday use. Not a problem for CRKT's Homefront EDC. This Ken Onion design first appeared as a field-stripping specialist for outdoor carry, but has come back as a mainstay for your everyday kit.

Like the original Homefront, the EDC version comes with Field Strip technology that lets you dismantle the knife without tools for ease of cleaning and upkeep. This new version comes with a few key changes: the 3.5” vintage WW1 bayonet style blade now comes in 1.4116 stainless steel giving it ample resistance to wear and tear. This folds into lightweight glass-reinforced nylon handles for a lighter carry at 4.3 ounces. The Homefront EDC also comes with a deep-carry pocket clip to help cement its position as an everyday blade in your pockets.

It's not every day that a knife that can come apart in your hands can be considered its best and most impressive feature. Check out and pick up the CRKT Homefront EDC at the Amazon link below.

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CRKT Vizzle

Sometimes the best knives come as a surprise. If you gravitate towards the more minimal, gent's knife type of designs, you'd know many of them sacrifice some key features for a sleeker aesthetic and smaller size. The Jesper Voxnaes-designed, CRKT-produced Vizzle, on the other hand, flips the script. It's one of those rare, larger-sized minimalist knife options that conceals some unexpected features in an attractive design that's as low-profile as ever.

That's mostly in part due to how the 3.35” blade practically disappears when closed, nestling almost flush in the slender, stainless steel handle. Relative to the blade, the Vizzle's handle measures proportionally longer than most knives. That not only gives those of you with larger hands a better grip on the knife while in use, but it also streamlines the silhouette of the knife even further.

Two key, functional features stand out in the otherwise simple, stonewashed handle. First, a ridged thumbhole in the middle of the handle gives you a stable grip when deploying (or fidgeting with) the knife. Next, a flipper tab allows for effortless one-hand opening thanks to the Vizzle's IKBS ball bearing pivot. As for the blade itself, it's made with 8Cr13MoV steel and features a satin finish and a plain edge. For one more surprisingly useful hidden feature, the stainless steel framelock that keeps the knife in place even has an overtravel stop screwed into the lock bar itself.

In classic Voxnaes fashion, a black polymer backspacer adds contrast and a lanyard attachment point to the open-back construction of the knife. Because it's on the hefty side at 4.6 oz, you'll appreciate the included clip to help comfortably EDC the knife in your pocket. Overall, the Vizzle offers plenty of substance for such a minimalist design. Grab one for your EDC at the link below.

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CRKT Swindle

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CRKT Tactical Pen

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High tech writing instrument
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Non-reflective tactical black finish
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CRKT 2385 Folts Minimalist Razor Edge Knife

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Spear Blade Point5Cr15MoV SteelFull tang 2-inch Wharncliffe bladeCustom-fitted Zytel sheath...


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CRKT 2055 K.E.R.T Key Ring Emergency Tool Strap Cutter

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CRKT Heiho 2900

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CRKT Lil Guppie Multi Tool

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Adjustable wrench, knife, flat and Phillips screwdriver, bottle opener and carabiner.


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AutoLAWK patented automatic knife safety which actuates automatically
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CRKT Eat N' Tool XL

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CRKT Fossil

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IKBS ball bearing system
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ombo edge AUS 8 stainless steel blade Tanto blade Auto Lawks Dual flippers

CRKT M16-10Z EDC 3-inch Folding Knife

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Veff serration
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3-Inch dessert tan blade
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