A 180 degree opening path separates the Snap Lock from any other knife. More than 10 years after it was first contemplated, CRKT is re-issuing the Ed Van Hoy design with its original wishbone shaped handle and unusual opening mechanism.

Austin McGlaun’s follow-up to the award-winning Clever Girl is another formidable fixed blade, the Rakkasan.

Don’t have the scratch for a Liong Mah custom design? CRKT has the Remedy.

Ken Onion opted for a classic switchblade look with the Bombastic. But you won’t find an auto button on this CRKT frame lock flipper.

When arriving at the CRKT booth, our final stop of Day 3, we spot CRKT collaborators Jens Anso, Ken Onion, and Jeff Park comparing notes.

The company is introducing 50 new products this year and close up videos of the cream of the crop are in the works!


Already on the way to CRKT. Won’t be long now!

A four function, travel-safe tool, the Leatherman Juice CS3 packs in a can opener, bottle opener, corkscrew (with assist), and a decent pair of scissors. It’ll go places where a knife might not be welcome.