CRKT Crossbones M390 Knife

Mar 5, 2019

Category: Gear

The prestigious knife company CRKT is pulling a blade from their archives and giving it a limited edition makeover. Designed by world-class knife craftsman Jeff Park, the CRKT Crossbones M390 Knife is a tougher, more ergonomic version of the original model.

Replacing the AUS-8 steel and aluminum handle with a 3.48″ M390 steel blade for improved edge retention and an all-titanium handle for upgraded durability, the Crossbones is an overall more reliable EDC blade. For smooth, lightning-fast deployment, the knife is built with an ‘IKBS’ ballbearing pivot system. The lightweight knife is 8″ overall, features the crossbones milling, and resembles a dog bone when closed, making it fit for any urban pirate. The knife comes with a lifetime warranty and it’s available right now for $275, but you’ll have to hurry and grab yours quick because the knife is limited to 500 examples.

Purchase: $275

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