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Blade Show 2017. CRKT.

К бренду CRKT я отношусь очень тепло. Эти люди смогли объеденить вокруг себя очень много достойных Личностей. И у них, пожалуй, самый богатый выбор EDC.
В этом году они на каждое шоу привозили новинки и Blade Show исключением не стало.
Под катом фотографии и описание некоторых.
Инновации, безупречно работающие механизмы. Даже новая вариация ворниклифта, которая получила название  “Hitchcock” ( фамилия дизайнера ) - это всё о CRKT. Теперь, более подробно и с ценами :)



SEPTIMO™
Designed by Jeremy Valdez in Tampa, Florida
Born of flames. Seriously.
The Septimo™ tactical folder was designed by a seasoned Green Beret to be more than a knife—he forged it of experience and created it to serve as a lifeline. One unique Veff Serration™ pairs with a powerful design to act as a strap cutter, utility knife, and personal defense tool. Serving 14 years as an American hero culminated in this deployment-prepared powerhouse.
Veff Serrations™
Flipper Opening
Black Oxide Blade Finish
$59.99



The Septimo™ tactical folder was designed by a seasoned Green Beret to be more than a knife—he forged it of experience and created it to serve as a lifeline. One unique Veff Serration™ pairs with a powerful design to act as a strap cutter, utility knife, and personal defense tool. Serving 14 years as an American hero culminated in this deployment-prepared powerhouse.
Jeremy Valdez of Tampa, Florida brings combat experience and time serving in the 7th Special Forces Group to the aptly named Septimo™; a tribute meaning “seventh” in Spanish. The main motivation for this design arises from his 2009 deployment to Afghanistan. During combat operations, Jeremy was involved in a helicopter crash. In the chaotic aftermath, the small folder he had failed to perform when he was cutting straps and moving debris while pulling fellow soldiers out of the burning, tangled chopper wreckage.
Duty to his fallen comrades and brothers and sisters in arms drove him to design the Septimo™ with a quick flipper opening, a desert-proof black oxide finish, and friction points on the handles to help deal with inclement conditions. It was given a single Veff Serration™ for impressively effective strap cutting ability.
He finished off the look with a pivot point designed to mirror a six shooter revolver cylinder and a burly attachment clip built to survive hectic conditions.
Some are born of novelty. The Septimo™ is born of purpose.
*Arcane name was updated to Septimo™ meaning “seventh”, as a tribute to designer Jeremy Valdez’s career in the 7th Special Forces Group.
About the Forged By War® program -
In 2013, Ryan Johnson of RMJ Tactical, designer of elite, military, tactical tomahawks, approached CRKT® with the news that he had been working with a few combat veterans that had returned from war with varying degrees of post-traumatic stress (PTS).
To help work through their challenges, they have been designing and forging steel into custom tools. Drawing from their experience earned in combat situations, they have been creating tools they wished they had available to them in the battlefield.
CRKT® cares deeply about our returning veterans and we saw a way to give back to the community that created them. In 2016, we launched the Forged By War® program.
These are mission ready tools, designed by veterans, with 10% of the CRKT® net profits of the program donated to the veterans' charity of choice.
Mission ready tools that are Forged By War®.



SPECIFICATIONS
Blade Length 3.622" (92.0 mm)
Blade Edge Combo Edge with Veff Serration
Blade Steel 8Cr13MoV
Blade Finish Black Oxide
Blade Thickness 0.127" (3.23 mm)
Closed Length 4.553" (115.65 mm)
Weight 4.7 oz
Handle Handles - 6061 T6 Al; Inlays - Thermoplastic Rubber (TPR)
Style Folding Knife w/Locking Liner
Overall Length 8.188" (207.98 mm)



SNARKY™
Designed by Philip Booth in Ithaca, Michigan
A sports car among minivans.
An everyday carry knife is your commuter car—typically chosen for reliability and practicality. But why settle for anything but a sleek, powerful head turner? The Snarky™ pocket knife combines curving lines and flashy details for a daily companion that’s anything but average.
Flipper Opening
Satin Blade Finish
Locking Liner Safety
$49.99



A sports car among minivans. An everyday carry knife is your commuter car—typically chosen for reliability and practicality. But why settle for anything but a sleek, powerful head turner? The Snarky™ pocket knife combines curving lines and flashy details for a daily companion that’s anything but average.
Designed by Philip Booth in Ithaca, Michigan, this folder is dangerously good looking. A flat-ground recurve blade boosts slicing capability through the roof and the satin finish sets it off from the shapely handle.

Philip isn’t just practiced in design and knife making, he’s a notoriously accomplished painter and printmaker. Stainless steel inlays in the black grippy handle of the Snarky™ stick true to his roots and add a distinct creative flair. The outcome: design with an I-just-can’t-put-my-finger-on-it attraction. It looks better in motion; safety comes standard with a solid locking liner.
The Snarky™ may have the looks of a showpiece, but it’s got the soul of a workhorse.


SPECIFICATIONS
Blade Length 3.249" (82.52 mm)
Blade Edge Plain Edge
Blade Steel 8Cr13MoV
Blade Finish Satin Finish
Blade Thickness 0.145" (3.68 mm)
Closed Length 4.467" (113.46 mm)
Weight 5.8 oz
Handle Polyoxymethylene (POM); Inlay - 2Cr13
Style Folding Knife w/Locking Liner
Overall Length 7.75" (196.85 mm)



RIPSNORT™
Designed by Philip Booth in Ithaca, Michigan
The antithesis of delicate.
Sometimes you need a thin-as-a-razor, low-profile companion for fine-tuned tasks. This is not one of those times. The Ripsnort™ everyday carry is as beefy as it gets; the big a** blade is modeled after a cleaver. And it shows.
Flipper Opening
Cleaver Style Blade
Locking Liner Safety
$59.99



The antithesis of delicate. Sometimes you need a thin-as-a-razor, low-profile companion for fine-tuned tasks. This is not one of those times. The Ripsnort™ everyday carry is as beefy as it gets; the big a** blade is modeled after a cleaver. And it shows.


Designer Philip Booth grew up watching sparks fly in his father’s tool and die shop, and he’s since made a serious name for himself from his own in Ithaca, Michigan. Surrounded by everyday carry folders replete with drop point blades, Philip decided to crumple up the go-to blueprint and make something totally different. Enter: the Ripsnort™. A cleaver-shaped blade owns the first impression, but the black handle with a stainless steel accent isn’t far behind.
With a powerful knife comes a secure lock up when the blade is open thanks to the burly locking liner. Once open, the substantial flipper acts as a finger guard in the midst of whatever dirty job it gets thrown into.
Put this one into action, and watch butchers everywhere flush with envy.


SPECIFICATIONS
Blade Length 2.831" (71.91 mm)
Blade Edge Plain Edge
Blade Steel 8Cr13MoV
Blade Finish Satin Finish
Blade Thickness 0.106" (2.69 mm)
Closed Length 4.026" (102.26 mm)
Weight 6.0 oz
Handle Handles - Polyoxymethylene (POM); Inlay - 2Cr13
Style Folding Knife w/Locking Liner
Overall Length 6.938" (176.23 mm)




Sketch.

Designed by Lucas Burnley in Albuquerque, New Mexico
If practice makes perfect, then this knife is unquestionably so.
Lucas Burnley is back at it with the Sketch™. The modified wharncliffe blade in a compact package is a product of dedication and fine-tuned skill. Most importantly, like any good knife, it was born of a pointed purpose. This surprisingly powerful everyday carry knife is blue collar through and through…just like you.
Black Oxide Blade Finish
Injection Molded Handles
Locking Liner for Safety
$39.99

If practice makes perfect, then this knife is unquestionably so. Lucas Burnley is back at it with the Sketch™. The modified wharncliffe blade in a compact package is a product of dedication and fine-tuned skill. Most importantly, like any good knife, it was born of a pointed purpose. This surprisingly powerful everyday carry knife is blue collar through and through…just like you.
Lucas Burnley of Albuquerque, New Mexico carried over some of the design flavor of his well-loved Squid™ folder to the new Sketch™. As one of those rare, determined folks who actually keeps his New Year's resolution, last year he kept a promise to himself to dream up a new knife design every single day. On day 69 of the #BRNLY365 series, sparks flew and the M69 custom knife was created.


Renamed the Sketch™ for the new CRKT® production version, it’s brought to you with a dirty-jobs-resistant black oxide finish on the modified wharncliffe blade, a compact injection molded handle, and a low-profile pocket clip for secure carry. When you’re ready to fire it up, the Sketch™ deploys with an impressively-sized thumb slot to make scraping gaskets, cutting insulation, or working at the bench a breeze. Consider this more than just your everyday carry—it’s a pocket-sized part of your tool box.
For the pursuit of perfection in your own craft, the Sketch™ makes one hell of a companion.

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SPECIFICATIONS
Blade Length 2.768" (70.31 mm)
Blade Edge Plain Edge
Blade Steel 8Cr13MoV
Blade Finish Black Oxide
Blade Thickness 0.138" (3.51 mm)
Closed Length 3.872" (98.35 mm)
Weight 3.3 oz
Handle Black - Thermoplastic Rubber (TPR);
Red - Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS)
Style Folding Knife w/Locking Liner
Overall Length 6.625" (168.28 mm)








DAKTYL™
Designed by Tom Hitchcock in Talent, Oregon
Look familiar? It should.
The Daktyl™ non-traditional pocket knife is seriously bare bones; we’re talking phalanges here. It’s named after a finger for a reason: set it in motion with one quick action and watch the jaws drop.
"Hole In One" Mechanism
Slide Lock Innovation
Bead Blast Finish
$59.99



Look familiar? It should. The Daktyl™ non-traditional pocket knife is seriously bare bones; we’re talking phalanges here. It’s named after a finger for a reason: set it in motion with one quick action and watch the jaws drop.
Oregon designer and inventor Tom Hitchcock rejoins the ranks with this impressive feat of engineering. Feel like you’ve seen it before? That’s because it pays homage to the Hole In One® side opener that owned the scene when it was in production a few years ago. The Daktyl™ is choosy though. It takes only the best of the previous design, adds the Slide Lock innovation, and reduces the already-minimal part count.

Opening and closing the blade is similar to the action on the Daktyl™ predecessor. To open, simply press the front lever mechanism with your thumb and rotate the blade outward until it fully extends and securely clicks into place. To close the knife, press down on the lever to disengage, then swing the blade back into the closed position.



The Daktyl™ comes with an added security measure—the Slide Lock mechanism. When the knife is in the closed position, sliding the lever at the top of the handle backwards clicks it into place and reduces the chance of it opening unexpectedly. When open, sliding the lever forward locks it into place, which is exactly where it’ll stay until you reverse the procedure to disengage and return it to the closed position. As an added bonus, the blade is completely ambidextrous, rotating both to the right and to the left.
The new modified wharncliffe blade is so unique we had to give it a new name too. Meet the “Hitchcock” blade style. Best at fine-tip tasks and stellar at slicing, it’s a versatile blade in a compact package. Attach it to your belt loop or, even better, crack open a beer with the carabiner at the pivot end of the closed blade.
The digit is the evolutionary advancement that sent us straight to the top of the food chain. Likewise, this powerful design boosts the Daktyl™ to the top of the EDC pack.



SPECIFICATIONS
Blade Length 3.050" (77.47 mm)
Blade Edge Plain Edge
Blade Steel 420J2 Stainless Steel
Blade Finish Bead Blast
Blade Thickness 0.145" (3.68 mm)
Closed Length 4.422" (112.32 mm)
Weight 2.4 oz
Handle Handle - 420 SS;
Sliding Hole In One Lock - 420 SS
Style Folding Knife w/ Slide Lock
Overall Length 6.813" (173.05 mm)



PROWESS™
Designed by Ken Onion in Kaneohe, Hawaii
Simple is significant.
For a household name like Ken Onion, creativity reigns supreme. His designs run the gamut, inspired by everything from WWII heirlooms to dune buggies. But when he sat down to create the Prowess™ he had something different in mind. This everyday carry folder nods at what a damn good knife should be: simple and functional. No bare bones here, this one is all meat and potatoes.
Flipper Opening
IKBS™ Ball Bearing Pivot System
Tough Glass Reinforced Nylon Handles
$79.99


Simple is significant.
For a household name like Ken Onion, creativity reigns supreme. His designs run the gamut, inspired by everything from WWII heirlooms to dune buggies. But when he sat down to create the Prowess™ he had something different in mind.
This everyday carry folder nods at what a damn good knife should be: simple and functional.
No bare bones here, this one is all meat and potatoes.
From his workshop in Kaneohe, Hawaii, Ken Onion has carved out a spot for the Prowess™ among his line of hard work inspired everyday carry pocket knives. He spent days mulling over the perfect form—considering the shapes and geometry from a lineup of the most iconic knives of the past. The result: a modified drop point blade in a league all its own.



Paired with an IKBS™ ball bearing pivot system and a subtle, textured flipper, it opens fast and digs into your workday without wasting a second. With a textured, black glass-reinforced nylon handle, your grip can withstand adverse conditions and stick to the job at hand. A subtle Yin and Yang detail on the pivot finishes the clean look.
Think subtlety falls short? The Prowess™ begs to differ.



SPECIFICATIONS
Blade Length 3.368" (85.55 mm)
Blade Edge Plain Edge
Blade Steel AUS 8
Blade Finish Satin Finish
Blade Thickness 0.108" (2.74 mm)
Closed Length 4.388" (111.46 mm)
Weight 4.5 oz
Handle Nylon with Glass Fiber
Style Folding Knife w/Locking Liner
Overall Length 7.75" (196.85 mm)


Да, Онион - любимый мой дизайнер. Много лет как.

И от него не только эта новинка была, но ещё и другие. Расскажу со временем :)



DRIP TIGHE™
Designed by Brian Tighe in Ridgefield, Ontario
A metallurgist inspired by mealtime.
When you’re a decorated designer, the search for inspiration has no boundaries. Sometimes it’s even found in a stack of pancakes. Brian Tighe was laying the maple syrup on thick when he hopped up and hit the drawing board to sketch out the incredibly unique Drip Tighe™ everyday carry folder. Please, no drooling.
Outburst™ Assisted Opening with Thumbstud
Black G10 w/Carbon Fiber Textured Overlays
Satin Blade Finish
$79.99



A metallurgist inspired by mealtime. When you’re a decorated designer, the search for inspiration has no boundaries. Sometimes it’s even found in a stack of pancakes. Brian Tighe was laying the maple syrup on thick when he hopped up and hit the drawing board to sketch out the incredibly unique Drip Tighe™ everyday carry folder. Please, no drooling.
From his shop in Ridgefield, Ontario, Brian Tighe has secured his position at the forefront of the knife industry when it comes to both aesthetics and capability. The Drip Tighe™ sits exactly at that intersection. This solid everyday folder carries a versatile modified drop point blade with a sleek satin finish. The beauty is in the action. Push the thumb stud to open the blade a mere 30 degrees to engage the OutBurst® assisted opening mechanism. Once the internal spring is activated, the blade bursts fully open and sits snugly in place with a frame lock. When it’s not in use, the powerful spring holds the blade securely closed.
The star of the show: the layered handle design stacked with an exposed stainless steel frame, a black G10 middle layer, and a black woven carbon fiber top layer. As a photographer, metallurgist, and mechanic, Brian Tighe is a man who is confronted with a world of textures. It wasn’t until the maple syrup started dripping that he was seized by inspiration for this handle design.
Born in the kitchen, bred for the garage, the Drip Tighe™ is the ultimate daily companion.

SPECIFICATIONS
Blade Length 3.106" (78.89 mm)
Blade Edge Plain Edge
Blade Steel 8Cr13MoV
Blade Finish Satin Finish
Blade Thickness 0.113" (2.87 mm)
Closed Length 4.197" (106.6 mm)
Weight 4.2 oz
Handle Black Weaved Carbon Fiber - 1 Layer & Black G10
Style Folding Knife w/Frame Lock
Overall Length 7.25" (184.15 mm)


Забегая вперёд скажу, что о Brian Tighe будет ещё отдельная публикация. Его нож тоже получил награду.

Один из самых харизматичных клинков на выставке (ИМХО) :
SHIZUKA NOH KEN™
Designed by James Williams in Encinitas, California
Proven on missions. Ready to be transported anywhere.
A new compact version of the popular Otanashi noh Ken™, this folding tactical knife features locking liner safety to perform its duty at the highest level when you need it most. James Williams designed this easier-to-carry, more-concealable blade to be the perfect complement to your personal lineup of defense tools.
Locking Liner Safety
Clip Point Blade Style Designed for Maximum Penetration
G10 Handle w/Frame Lock
$140.00


SPECIFICATIONS
Blade Length 3.625" (92.08 mm)
Blade Edge Plain
Blade Steel AUS 8, 57-59 HRC
Blade Finish Corrosion Resistant Coating
Blade Thickness 0.15" (3.81 mm)
Closed Length 4.55" (115.57 mm)
Weight 4.2 oz
Handle G10
Style Folding Knife w/Frame Lock
Overall Length 8.25" (209.55 mm)
Proven on Missions. Ready to be transported anywhere. A new compact version of the Otanashi noh Ken™, this folding tactical knife features locking liner safety to perform its duty at the highest level, when you need it most.
James Williams of Encinitas, CA is the designer behind the Shizuka noh Ken™. A veteran and martial arts practitioner/instructor who teaches special operations teams worldwide, his knives have become staples for military Special Forces and tactical Law Enforcement professionals. The new compact version is easier to carry, more concealable, and is the perfect complement to your personal defense tools. In use by Special Operations warriors even before its introduction to the public, this design has proven extremely effective in high-risk environments.
The knife, that's name translates to "hidden blade", features a classic Osaraku style blade shape made famous by the 16th century Samurai warlord Takeda Shingen. This modified tanto blade design provides you with an efficient and effective cutting tool and shows up when called upon for deep penetrating and slashing duties. At 3.75" it's the perfect size for practical defense security wherever it's put to use.
The CRKT® locking liner safety innovation adds an ingenious layer of safety to your folding knife. The safety sets a pin between the locking liner and the frame. This pin acts as an additional layer of safety, so the locking liner is less likely to disengage during use.
To engage the safety, push the manual safety lever forward. To close the knife, pull the manual lever back, slide the locking liner over, and fold the blade into the closed position. Many CRKT® folders feature this innovative safety system.
The blade of the Shizuka noh Ken™ is laser engraved with Japanese kanji that signify "The Hidden Blade," an ideal embodied in the compact nature of this knife.The knife also comes with a G10 handle for unmatched grip and a clip that allows for deep inconspicuous carry. You'd expect nothing less from a designer who has extensive classical Samurai training.
When you need a tactical folding knife that's compact in size but packed with defensive power against any bad guys, reach for the Shizuka noh Ken™.

И, напомню, что награда в этом году у ребят тоже есть, благодаря дизайнеру по имени Jeff Park
Imported Knife Of The Year: CRKT Crossbones
подробности здесь :
http://grebenschikova.livejournal.com/733883.html


to be continued, sure ;)

https://www.crkt.com/

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Comments

( 10 comments — Leave a comment )
kartograf
Jun. 12th, 2017 11:31 am (UTC)
Шизука симпатичный, согласен.
grebenschikova
Jun. 12th, 2017 11:32 am (UTC)
А вот нож Лукаса мне напомнил старенький кершик :)
kartograf
Jun. 12th, 2017 12:04 pm (UTC)
Kershaw Random Task?
grebenschikova
Jun. 12th, 2017 12:08 pm (UTC)
И еще на некоторые.. Уж очень в их стиле.
zloygarry
Jun. 12th, 2017 12:04 pm (UTC)
В большинстве случаев за 40-50$ В РФ продаётся глубоко "так себе" кетайзское... :)
grebenschikova
Jun. 12th, 2017 12:08 pm (UTC)
Ммм... А это к чему? :)
zloygarry
Jun. 12th, 2017 12:19 pm (UTC)
Так, "констатация факта":)
Вы же тут цены упоминаете на неплохие с виду ножи-вот и сравнил :)
grebenschikova
Jun. 12th, 2017 12:21 pm (UTC)
Ножи хорошие. Не только с виду. Это уже из личного опыта)
А что там нонеймы продают - дело десятое..
zloygarry
Jun. 12th, 2017 12:26 pm (UTC)
:)
livejournal
Jun. 12th, 2017 02:27 pm (UTC)
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