CRKT Provoke Morphing Karambit Knife

Nov 26, 2018

Category: Gear

At the beginning of this year, Joe Caswell took the knife world by storm with his revolutionary, award-winning Morphing Karambit knife. It even toppled its Kickstarter goal raising a grand total of $357,787. Now, the Cinderella story gets even better, as the design has been picked up for a production run by CRKT.

Now called the Provoke, this unique collapsible knife has been made a bit more accessible, featuring a construction of titanium nitride-coated D2 tool steel mated to an aircraft-grade aluminum handle. Of course, it also still boats its unique Kinematic deployment system, which allows it to collapse into itself securely for easy carry and deploy — all without the risk of catching the user’s fingers under the cutting edge. Geared toward first responders and everyday carry enthusiasts alike, this impressive and innovative cutting tool can be yours soon for $200.

Purchase: $200

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