Civilware Striker Folding Knife

Jan 22, 2018

Category: Gear

Whether it’s cutting through a stubborn piece of rope or a stubborn piece of homemade jerky, it’s often helpful to have a trusty blade at the ready. Civilware’s Striker Folding Knife promises to be a perfect companion for your everyday adventures.

After making a name for himself in the world of skateboarding, Geoff Rowley decided to ditch the the grip tape and vert ramps in favor of the folding knife. And while the fact that it’s designed by the iconic skateboarder is what caught our attention, it’s not the knife’s main selling point – this thing was built for business. Featuring a 3-inch 154cm steel blade, G10 textured handle, and liner locking folder, this diminutive tool is made in the USA and available for pre-order now at the price of $150. Choose from a black or tan handle, stick in your pocket, and cut through anything that cross your path.

Purchase: $150

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