CRKT G.S.D. Knife

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Since 1994 the Oregon-based team at Columbia River Knife & Tool have been keeping our pockets filled with some of the best EDC gear on the market. To kick things off in 2015, the brand we all know and love is rolling out a new frame lock pocket knife crowned the CRKT G.S.D.

The G.S.D. (short for “Get Shit Done”) was designed by Liong Mah for the gentleman who isn’t afraid to get his hands dirty. The clip-point blade style knife is perfect for a multitude of tasks, and the IKBS ball bearing pivot system ensures this knife will always open smoothly and safely under high pressure situations. The handle is constructed from 420J2 stainless steel, features a 2-position clip for carry, and weighs just 5.8 ounces. A knife that’s as beautiful as it is functional, the CRKT is the perfect foldable blade for your EDC kit. [Purchase]

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