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0813065
Here at Columbia River Knife & Tool® (CRKT®) we're inspired by great design. Our I.D. Works® products are not tools you will find anywhere else. We're motivated by design that is both inspired and functional, as created 500 years ago by painter, sculptor, architect, and inventor Leonardo da Vinci, who said "observe everything" in nature. We've partnered with the best and brightest designers of today who share this vision of putting functional art in your hand. They are organic and ergonomic shapes, sometimes whimsical, always useful. These unique tools make up our growing I.D. Works® line. Put them to use, enjoy them, and always remember what inspires you! Our new Eat'N Tool™ is the brainchild of New York City designer Liong Mah. At first glance it looks like the familiar spoon/fork "spork" combination, but Liong has used his ingenuity and computer-aided design skills to create a lightweight, high-tech outdoor tool. Yes, there is an ergonomic spoon, and a short-tuned fork. But in addition, there's a handy bottle opener on one side. 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 large central hole is not only designed for finger gripping, but also keeps the Eat'N Tool weight down. Three metric wrench reliefs (10 mm, 8 mm, 6 mm) are useful for emergency repairs, and result in a tool weight of just 1.5 ounces (43 g). For easy snap-on carry on D-rings or loops on clothing and packs, there is a carry carabiner (non-weight-bearing).
13.90 BGN
(11.58 ex. TAX)
0813066
Our new Eat'N Tool™ is the brainchild of New York City designer Liong Mah. At first glance it looks like the familiar spoon/fork "spork" combination, but Liong has used his ingenuity and computer-aided design skills to create a lightweight, high-tech outdoor tool. Yes, there is an ergonomic spoon, and a short-tuned fork. But in addition, there's a handy bottle opener on one side. 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 large central hole is not only designed for finger gripping, but also keeps the Eat'N Tool weight down. Three metric wrench reliefs (10 mm, 8 mm, 6 mm) are useful for emergency repairs, and result in a tool weight of just 1.5 ounces (43 g). For easy snap-on carry on D-rings or loops on clothing and packs, there is a carry carabiner (non-weight-bearing). The Eat'N Tool is available in a bead-blast finish (9100C), or with a food grade black non-stick coating (9100KC).
13.90 BGN
(11.58 ex. TAX)
0813063
Slide Sharp Replacement Rod Kit - 1 White Fine Rod and 1 Gray Coarse Rod
17.90 BGN
(14.92 ex. TAX)
0813061
Tom Veff says, "I fish a lot, and wanted a fishing knife that was truly useful. Not a multi-tool that did an 'okay' job at a lot of things, but not a 'good' job at any one thing in the boat, on the bank, or on the cleaning table. I also wanted a one-piece fixed blade that did not require a college degree to open and operate it. And it should be a knife that you can grab with one hand and use to cut a rope in an emergency. Its handle should be brightly colored so you can find it quickly in your boat or tackle box. And it should be affordable so if it accidentally goes overboard, it won't ruin your whole day of fishing. " So he went to work. Because Tom knows knives from his life as a meat cutter, professional knife sharpener, and designer of knives and our exclusive patented* Veff™ Serrations. He designed one of the most carefully thought-out fixed blades we have ever produced, even though it also has the lowest price of any knife in our catalog. He calls it the Marine Utility Knife (M.U.K.™). First you notice that the M.U.K. has an offset handle angle. Tom explains that it gives you knuckle clearance when cutting bait or slicing fish on a cutting table. And it has a soft, grooved polypropylene handle with four finger choils to give you all the grip possible when your hands are cold, wet, and slippery. You choose from four handle colors for best visibility. Second, you see the rounded-back drop point blade with a straight cutting edge in combination with a concave serrated section. Tom says the straight edge cuts cleanly against a cutting board. The oversized serrations are what Tom calls "non-stick"—there is no sharp point to snag. That makes them great for those times when you need to cut a nylon line or other tough materials. The blade's rounded back reduces the risk of cutting entrails when cleaning fish. Then there is the row of non-slip grooves along the top of the blade. These are friction grooves for your thumb, but they also work great as a fish scaler. Even in a budget knife, Tom woul
25.90 BGN
(21.58 ex. TAX)
0813058
How much function can you pack in a compact little carabiner tool? Launce Barber and Tom Stokes designed the patent-pending Get-A-Way™ Driver Torx® as part of our innovative I.D. Works™ line of tools, and it has is exceptionally useful for the craftsman who works in the Torx® fastener environment. It is also the ideal CRKT knife maintenance kit for tightening screws and clip removal. As a compact torx screwdriver, it comes with four standard Torx sizes, T5, T6, T8 and T10. Each of the torx bits has a spring-loaded ball detent to keep it in the holder, and a fingernail groove to aid bit removal. You can also use it as an angle driver when the going gets tough by moving the bit adapter to the torx driver wrench. Just push the button and it's a bright little LED flashlight, especially useful when working in low light. It also has an oxygen bottle wrench on the underside, which makes it useful for emergency rescue use. There are also 10 mm wrench and hex bit wrench reliefs. The pry bar on the underside works well to open bottles and jar lids, among other things. It's also removable if you want. The hex bit driver adapter lets you use all the full-size Torx hex bits with the CRKT Zilla-Tool Jr., too.
34.90 BGN
26.00 BGN
(21.67 ex. TAX)
0813116
Operators are a select breed of soldier. They demand the most of themselves and of the tools they choose to carry. Whether you're being deployed to a foreign land, or you are needing a professional level tool stateside, the FE7™, FE9™ and FE9™ Trainer fixed blade knives are a force to be reckoned with. Custom Knifemaker Jim Hammond designed, with Arcenio James Advincula's concepts, a knife series with "no bull" attitude. Having the right tool for the job, and the bonus of a trainer to help hone your skills is mission critical. An "aggressive" drop-point blade shape features a razor-sharp, slight recurve bottom edge along with a sharpened leading top edge. Combine those with the false edge upper, hollow ground profile, very robust 0.25-inch thick full-tang—and it is lights out toughness. The handle is purposefully shaped of black G10, complete with pronounced finger grooves and full blade guard. Grip position is slightly angled in relation to the blade for maximum energy transfer when in use. And for the ultimate in versatile field carry, the sheath goes well beyond the extra mile to ensure you limitless carry options without having to make your own mods. Molded black nylon with glass fiber reinforcement halves are assembled to create a form fit "click in" cavity to contain the knife. A snap strap further secures the knife safely, even inverted. The sheath has been designed to accommodate Molle clip attachments, as well as having a leg strap and ample slots/grommets for lashing if warranted. It comes complete with all of the required hardware for belt or Molle attachment in either high or low positions. To get the full benefit of these edged "tools", you are going to want to take advantage of working with the FE9 Trainer*. It is modeled after the FE9 in profile and size. The thermo plastic rubber (TPR) FE9 likeness allows you to go through full physical motions and body maneuvers safely, while still gaining the proper skill level and dexterity wielding a fixed blade fighting knife like this can req
26.90 BGN
(22.42 ex. TAX)
0813031
How much function can you pack in a compact little carabiner tool? Launce Barber and Tom Stokes designed the patent-pending Get-A-Way™ Driver as part of our innovative I.D. Works™ line of tools, and it has dozens of everyday uses for the craftsman or hobbyist. As a compact screwdriver, it has four standard flat and Phillips hex bits to tackle almost any job. Each of the hex bits has a spring-loaded ball detent to keep it in the holder, and a fingernail groove to aid bit removal. You can also use it as an angle driver when the going gets tough by moving the bit adapter to the hex driver wrench. Just push the button and it's a bright little LED flashlight, especially useful when working in low light. It has an oxygen bottle wrench on the underside, which makes it useful for emergency rescue use. There are also 10 mm wrench and hex bit wrench reliefs. The pry bar on the underside works well to open bottles and jar lids, among other things. It's also removable if you want. The hex bit driver adapter lets you use all of the full-size hex bits with the CRKT Zilla-Tool Jr., too.
35.90 BGN
(29.92 ex. TAX)
0813037
Most of our readers will know that Gekkota is an infraorder in the suborder Scleroglossa, comprising all geckos. But what the heck is the CRKT Gekkota™? Well, it's a useful little product designed by Launce Barber and Tom Stokes. Gekkota™ Pocket. At first glance, this looks like a brooch with a gecko design on the green anodized 6061 aluminum face. But what's this? Push one of the little flipper tabs, and out pops a 1.375" long spear point blade with a CRKT script laser cut in it. It is firmly held open by the frame lock cut into the Gekkota stainless steel back panel. Push the other tab, and you have a tool that is both a blade screwdriver and a bottle opener, handy when you need to open your favorite soda or microbrew. Then you look more carefully, and find the stainless steel clip on the back, which can be a pocket clip, or a money clip. And there's a folding loop that allows the Gekkota to be carried on a neck chain or by a small carabiner. Weighing only 1.8 ounces, this is a lightweight tool that has hundreds of daily uses. This cute little Gekkota modes makes an affordable and unusual gift or premium for men and women.
51.90 BGN
39.00 BGN
(32.50 ex. TAX)
0813039
What makes a good logo knife? It should be affordable, and it should have some large flat areas on the blade or frame suitable for logo imprinting. So we are very happy to present the Pazoda™ series. They're high-quality knives that are priced low enough to purchase in quantity, and have flat areas that are perfect for our "Company Billboard" imprinting by laser or silk screen. Or you can take any one to your local trophy house for personalized engraving. The Pazoda™ is a stylish frame-lock folder with a 2.625" premium 8Cr14MoV blade, gray titanium nitride coated. The stainless steel frames are also given a gray titanium nitride coating, and then a brushed finish on the outer surface only, leaving an ample bright area for imprinting. The oval blade hole allows fast either-hand opening. A stainless steel clip is included. The Pazoda is available in both Razor-Sharp or Combined Razor-Sharp and Triple-Point™ Serrated edges.
51.90 BGN
39.00 BGN
(32.50 ex. TAX)
0813022
Intelligent design advocate Michael Behe coined the term "irreducible complexity," which means "a single system composed of several well matched, interacting parts that contribute to the basic function of the system, wherein the removal of any one of the parts causes the system to effectively cease functioning." It certainly describes this new folder by Glenn Klecker, award-winning knife and tool designer from Silverton, Oregon. He has named it after his son: Nathan's IRreducible complexity Knife, or NIRK™. There are just two well-thought-out pieces, plus a blade pivot screw. The innovation is Glenn's use of a single sheet of stamped and folded stainless steel to serve as the folder frame, back spacer, spring and lock, resulting in a solid lockback folder. The geometry of the cutout areas is critical, carefully calculated to provide just the right spring action when the rear of the spine is pressed. At the front of the frame, the lock tab mates with a notch in the blade to provide safe lockup. The tighter the grip on the handle, the tighter the lockup, making this an exceptionally safe design. It is very difficult, if not impossible, to accidentally release the lock, and it is very, very strong. When the blade is closed, the same lock tab ramps over a rounded detent to hold the blade in the closed position. The high-carbon stainless steel blade is a utilitarian drop point shape with a deep belly, high hollow ground for easy cutting, and with a swedged top edge to aid penetration. It is a hefty 0.131" thick. The blade can be opened with either hand using the oval thumb hole. The 5180 sport and work model has a high satin blade finish, brushed frame and Razor-Sharp cutting edge. The NIRK has a stainless steel pocket/gear clip. There you have it: a simple, flat, almost indestructible folder. All you need to do is oil and sharpen it occasionally and you have a friend for life. It is priced so you can afford several: one for the toolbox, one for the backpack, one for the truck, one for the
46.90 BGN
(39.08 ex. TAX)
0813010
Launce Barber and Tom Stokes designed the patented* Li'l Guppie™ as part of our innovative I.D. Works™ line of tools. It's a smaller and lighter version of our popular Guppie™. The adjustable wrench jaw opens to 10 mm so you can use it for all kinds of light repair and assembly jobs. You can carry the Li'l Guppie on a belt loop, D-ring, pack or rope. (Remember, the cool carabiner is not designed to be weight-bearing.) It has a small high-carbon stainless steel blade with a Razor-Sharp edge. You can open and close it with one hand using the blade slot. At the Li'l Guppie's tail is a simple blade screwdriver tip that will handle many smaller-size screws in a pinch. The base of the jaw guide has a Phillips screwdriver which will fit smaller Phillips-head screws. A stainless steel pocket clip also makes a lightweight and compact money clip. The little curved fin is designed to be a hook that opens bottle caps and metal jar lids. Weighing only 1.9 ounces, the Li'l Guppie is a handy lightweight companion. US Patents 6,223,372 and D588,885. Carabiner is non-weight bearing.
64.90 BGN
49.00 BGN
(40.83 ex. TAX)
0813013
Tom Krein is a young custom knifemaker who has created quite a stir with his Mid Tech Dogfish neck knife. It seemed like the perfect affordable CRKT production knife, so here it is. Tom has a great sense of style, so unlike many skeletonized flat blades, the 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 has a secure finger choil and friction grooves at the thumb spine and near the butt. We E.D.M. wire cut it from a single piece of high-carbon stainless steel, bevel grind the 2.25" modified Wharncliffe blade, give it a fine bead-blast finish and add a Razor-Sharp or Combined Razor-Sharp and Triple-Point™ Serrated 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.
51.90 BGN
(43.25 ex. TAX)
0813014
Tom Krein is a young custom knifemaker who has created quite a stir with his Mid Tech Dogfish neck knife. It seemed like the perfect affordable CRKT production knife, so here it is. Tom has a great sense of style, so unlike many skeletonized flat blades, the 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 has a secure finger choil and friction grooves at the thumb spine and near the butt. We E.D.M. wire cut it from a single piece of high-carbon stainless steel, bevel grind the 2.25" modified Wharncliffe blade, give it a fine bead-blast finish and add a Razor-Sharp or Combined Razor-Sharp and Triple-Point™ Serrated 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.
51.90 BGN
(43.25 ex. TAX)
0813059
Doug Ritter's RSK Mk5™ (Ritter Survival Knife) is not a knife you would use all day for normal work tasks. But, based on Doug's philosophy that "if it isn't with you, it can't save you™," it is compact and light enough to fit in almost any small personal survival kit or stash-away location, yet robust enough that it's a knife you can bet your life on™. Doug is the founder of the Equipped To Survive™ web site www.equipped.org and an international authority on survival equipment. The RSK Mk5 is a collaborative effort based on Georgia knifemaker David White's custom Shrewd Survival Knife, itself the result of collaboration with Dr. Andrew Osbourne. Weighing in at less than an ounce, the skeletonized fixed blade sports a 1.75" wide-chord drop-point blade with a high flat grind. The high-carbon steel blade has Doug's preferred stonewashed finish for improved corrosion resistance. The ergonomic curved handle provides a secure and comfortable two-finger grip while a brightly colored nylon cord fob adds additional length and grip. Use it to make fuzz sticks, construct shelter, gut a fish, dress game or for self-defense. Whether it is wilderness or urban survival, the Mk5 will do its part to keep you alive and kicking. Includes a custom-fitted glass filled nylon sheath and a mint-size carrying tin along with Doug's suggestions for building up your own personal survival kit.
51.90 BGN
(43.25 ex. TAX)
0813069
Launce Barber and Tom Stokes designed the patented* Li'l Guppie™ as part of our innovative I.D. Works™ line of tools. It's a smaller and lighter version of our popular Guppie™. The adjustable wrench jaw opens to 10 mm so you can use it for all kinds of light repair and assembly jobs. You can carry the Li'l Guppie on a belt loop, D-ring, pack or rope. (Remember, the cool carabiner is not designed to be weight-bearing.) It has a small high-carbon stainless steel blade with a Razor-Sharp edge. You can open and close it with one hand using the blade slot. At the Li'l Guppie's tail is a simple blade screwdriver tip that will handle many smaller-size screws in a pinch. The base of the jaw guide has a Phillips screwdriver which will fit smaller Phillips-head screws. A stainless steel pocket clip also makes a lightweight and compact money clip. The little curved fin is designed to be a hook that opens bottle caps and metal jar lids. Weighing only 1.9 ounces, the Li'l Guppie is a handy lightweight companion. US Patents 6,223,372 and D588,885. Carabiner is non-weight bearing.
69.90 BGN
53.00 BGN
(44.17 ex. TAX)
0813005
In the beginning, just over a decade ago, CRKT made its name by offering a series of quality locking liner folders at remarkably competitive prices. We became known in the knife industry as the “value company,” a distinction we are still proud to hold even though our line has expanded to include sophisticated high-dollar knives. Our approach has always been: never cut corners, just give a whole lot of knife for the money. Ensign Aaron Frederick, who is now on active duty in the U.S. Navy, found time to present his designs for a new folder, and we recognized it was the perfect Basic Utility Locking Liner (B.U.L.L.™) for CRKT. It’s just the right size, with no frills, the essence of a classic utility sport and work knife.
59.90 BGN
(49.92 ex. TAX)
0813019
Columbia River 2005 CRKT 2005 Alaska Carcajou Hunter Russ Kommer's Alaska Cobuk Skinner and Carcajou Hunter feature: full tang construction with friction grooves along the top and bottom, AUS6M stainless steel blade with satin finish, "drilled through" handle with large pommel and little finger ring, Zytel handle scales and polycarbonate belt sheath.
59.90 BGN
(49.92 ex. TAX)
0813068
Launce Barber and Tom Stokes designed the patented* Guppie® as part of our innovative I.D. Works® line of tools. While some think it's cute, it really is a hard-working carabiner tool with dozens of everyday uses. The adjustable wrench jaw opens to 1/2" so you can use it for all kinds of light repair and assembly jobs. Thanks to the carabiner gate, the Guppie is easy to carry on a belt loop, D-ring, pack or rope. (But it is not a weight-bearing carabiner.) The high-carbon stainless steel blade with a Razor-Sharp edge can be opened and closed with one hand using the blade slot. The removable bit carrier is also a high-intensity LED light. It has two strong magnets to hold it securely to the Guppie's left side. The stainless steel clip will hold the Guppie in your pocket or on gear, which gives a lot of versatility. The Guppie makes a great little money clip, too, for those who like to keep a thin wallet. One more trick: The Guppie carabiner detent will open bottle caps and metal jar lids. U.S. Patent No. D576,002 and 6,223,372. Carabiner is non-weight-bearing. Magnets may harm electronic media.
78.90 BGN
60.00 BGN
(50.00 ex. TAX)
0813015
Launce Barber and Tom Stokes designed the patented* Zilla-Tool™ Jr. as part of our innovative I.D. Works™ line of tools. It is a slightly smaller and lighter version of the original Zilla-Tool, which makes it easy to carry while retaining high utility. The Zilla-Tool Jr. 9065K features a black-on-black non-reflective tactical finish. The pliers jaws are spring loaded, with a slight needle nose taper. They have both fine flat and circular toothed gripping surfaces. Near the base of the pliers, is a very useful wire cutter, and also a notch near the handle for wire stripping. You can store the two screwdriver hex bits in the Zilla-Tool Jr.'s handle reliefs. It also accepts other standard hex bits with the help of an adapter. To open the knife blade quickly, just press the little "flipper." It also acts as a blade guard when the blade is open. Metallic surfaces are black EDP, while the Zilla-Tool Jr.'s rugged scales are injection molded black glass filled nylon. The custom stainless steel clip will hold the Zilla-Tool Jr. in your pocket or on gear, or it can be removed if you want to use the included nylon sheath with belt loop and snap closure. The Zilla-Tool Jr. can open bottles too, using the end of its pliers handle.
81.90 BGN
62.00 BGN
(51.67 ex. TAX)
0813088
Launce Barber and Tom Stokes designed the patented* Zilla-Tool™ Jr. as part of our innovative I.D. Works™ line of tools. It is a slightly smaller and lighter version of the original Zilla-Tool, which makes it easy to carry while retaining high utility. The pliers jaws are spring loaded, with a slight needle nose taper. They have both fine flat and circular toothed gripping surfaces. Near the base of the pliers, is a very useful wire cutter, and also a notch near the handle for wire stripping. You can store the two screwdriver hex bits in the Zilla-Tool Jr.'s handle reliefs. It also accepts other standard hex bits with the help of an adapter. To open the knife blade quickly, just press the little "flipper." It also acts as a blade guard when the blade is open. Metallic surfaces are bead-blast, while the Zilla-Tool Jr.'s rugged scales are injection molded black glass filled nylon. The custom stainless steel clip will hold the Zilla-Tool Jr. in your pocket or on gear, or it can be removed if you want to use the included nylon sheath with belt loop and snap closure. The Zilla-Tool Jr. can open bottles too, using the end of its pliers handle.
81.90 BGN
62.00 BGN
(51.67 ex. TAX)
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