Credit Card Folder Knife by Hometown Knives

Apr 6, 2016

Category: Gear

The fewer things you keep on hand, the harder it is to forget something essential when you are headed out the door. That is why consolidating what you carry every day is a really good way to make sure you still have all the tools you want on you at all times. This Damascus folding knife, roughly the size of a credit card, is built for just that.

This slim profiled knife measures in at just 0.3-inches wide, making it easy to fit in its own sheath or your wallet for easy access. Once you pull this out, the 3.25-inch long Damascus Steel drop point blade swings open from the ergonomic SS steel handle for quick use. Handmade by the Madison, Wisconsin based Hometown Knives – this knife comes with a 1 year warranty and peace of mind knowing you are supporting a homegrown company. Add this to your everyday carry arsenal for just around $70. [Purchase]

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