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CRKT Homefront EDC

Mikey Bautista
CRKT Homefront EDC

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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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Roger ·
When this knife first came out, I thought it was a bit of a lame gimmick. That is until I was using my other EDC folder for some yard work and got some sand in the pivots. I picked up the original HF, and it's my go-to camping folder now. Even not under heavy use, it's fascinating to see the dust and grit that gets into the knife just from EDC'ing it when you take it apart.
Greg Gardner ·
Great Knife, have carried it everyday for the last 4 months!