Heinnie Haynes Carabiner Knife

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Never leave the house without a good EDC knife. And to help prevent yourself from doing so, the Heinnie Haynes Carabiner Knife can easily clip to your pack or keychain at a moment’s notice.

This tiny little knife is quickly becoming popular among EDC enthusiasts, thanks to its small size, solid build quality, and the built-in carabiner at the bottom of the handle. Both the blade and handle are constructed from titanium coated 440A, using a clever frame locking design for safety. In addition to the main blade, there’s also a sub blade that doubles as a can/bottle opener and wire stripper. Each knife features Heinnie Haynes classic “H” branding on the handle on retails for about $40. [Purchase]

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