CRKT Tool

Jan 12, 2015

Category: Gear

Trailbalzers aren’t always loud and larger than life; sometimes they’re small enough to fit in your pocket. Longtime knife designers Ed Van Hoy and Tom Stokes have come up with the CRKT Tool, a pint-sized creation that echews the typical Swiss Army Knife or Leatherman plier multi-tool designs to carve its own path.

This little fellow features a 2.25 inch smooth blade, 2.5 inch saw tooth blade, wire stripper, bottle opener, spring opening Phillips and flat head screwdriver, a multi-fit box wrench, and a selection of driver bits—plenty of tools to help you put together a project and crack open a celebratory beer afterwards. When open the CKRT Tool measures 6.375 inches in length, retracts to 4 inches, and weighs just 5.1 ounces. [Purchase]

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