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CRKT has introduced two new tomahawks designed by Ryan Johnson. The Khogan (left) and Kangee (right) T-hawks are both crafted from a single piece of Black powder coated SK5 carbon steel. The grip scales are glass filled nylon and removable for cleaning. The sheath is MOLLE compatible.
Coming soon from CRKT is the CRKT Tool. As far as Multi-tools go, it’s a rather unconventional design by custom knifemakers Ed Van Hoy and Tom Stokes. It includes utility blade, sawtooth blade, multi-fit box wrench, wire stripper, button/spring opening Phillips/regular screwdrivers with additional driver bits, and bottle opener.
Unlike many skeletonized flat blades, the Columbia River Knife & Tool Dogfish is graceful, gives a secure grip, and also has that dogfish face at the pommel which turns out to be—a lanyard hole and bottle opener. It incorporates a secure finger choil and friction grooves at the thumb spine and near the butt.
It’s E.D.M. wire cut from a single piece of high-carbon stainless steel and the CRKT bevel grinds the 2.25″ modified Wharncliffe blade, and finally, given a fine bead-blast finish and add a razor-sharp edge.
You also get a custom-fitted six-eyelet Kydex sheath that grips the knife securely for inverted carry with the neck chain included, or with the CRKT MercHarness. It’s a useful, friendly minimal knife that’s a great value.
This knife normally retails for $29.99 but for a limited time Extreme Outfitters is offering it for only $14.99.
Extreme Outfitters is holding a killer sale on several CRKT products. Two compact neck knives are going for $19.99 ($15 off), an everyday folder for $19.99 ($30 off) and a Tactical Fixed Blade for $39.99($60 off). In addition they have the CRKT Tactical Pens for 50% OFF. These sales are only valid while inventory lasts. The Fixed Blade comes with an Advanced Nylon Sheath with included drop leg extender, removable leg straps, and accessory pouch that will accommodate a multiplier or sharpener. If you are in the market for a good field knife, this is a great opportunity.
Originally posted on TacticalFanboy.com based on his visit to BLADE Show
Columbia River Knife & Tool is offering their own take on the iPhone case. Available only for the iPhone 4, the INox Case, true to its namesake, is constructed from stainless steel. It features black Delrin posts, a rubber bumper, and fits all size iPhone 4s. Color wise, the INox comes in silver, white, black, gold, camo and rainbow finishes. According to CRKT reps at its debut during BLADE show, it should be available now through authorized retailers.
Columbia River Knife & Tool’s (CRKT) I.D. Works line has a new member called the Eat’N Tool. One look and you’ll understand why. New York based designer Liong Mah took a spork and pimped it hard, adding three metric wrench reliefs (10 mm, 8 mm, 6 mm), can opener, and the right side of the handle is ground to provide an emergency screwdriver blade, which will also work as a pry for opening canisters. The Eat’N Tool is available in a bead-blast finish (9100C), or with a food grade black non-stick coating (9100KC).
Thanks to Beyond Issue for telling us about this one.
The ingenious ExiTool from CRKT includes a seat belt cutter, a tungsten carbide window breaker, and a bright L.E.D. flashlight in a package that attaches directly to a vehicle’s seat belt. Designed by knifemaker Russ Kommer, the blade is inset so that you won’t be accidentally cut.
Available soon from CRKT.