TRAK Runner’s Knife

Jul 29, 2016

Category: Gear

When you are going on a run the last thing you want to do is weigh yourself down with heavy equipment. Unfortunately, most all defensive tools – even the relatively small ones – often fall into that category of ‘too bulky’. The TRAK Knife, however, is both small enough for easy carry on the trail and tough enough to let you focus on pr’s instead of perps.

Essentially a small piece of titanium built with a sharpened corner, this tool designed and built by a small team out of Boston is ideal for those worried about self defense. Featuring a hole in the body and a thumb ramp for leverage, it’s a small but serious tool. Coming with its own custom made kydex sheath it can be hooked into your key-ring for carry during the day, worn around the neck or placed in a pocket for evening runs. Thanks to its titanium build, it will never rust or tarnish, so you can take it on long runs through the city or deep into the woods without worry. Grab one for $30. [Purchase]

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