Benchmade Crooked River Folding Knives

Apr 18, 2016

Category: Gear

Ask any knife enthusiast about the top gear in their space and we can assure you they’ll mention Benchmade Knives. Their durable and sleek design provides them with the functionality and street cred that makes these knives attractive to blade collectors from all over. Just recently they released their Crooked River Family collection of folding hunting knives, and let’s just say the result is yet again another testament to their upstanding reputation.

The Crooked River collection is a traditional shape combined with modern technology to enhance the expectations of what composes a proper hunting knife. It features manual opening action and a four-inch blade made from CPM-S30V steel and a thickness of 3.15mm. The blade also boasts a plain edge, clip point style, and the satin finish. The handle is 15.25mm thick and when closed reaches a length of a little over five inches. There is an orange anodized pivot ring and stainless steel liners to boot. Available now for $178. [Purchase]

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