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First Look: CRKT Minimalist Spear Point

This New Fixed-Blade From CRKT Is Everything You Could Want In An EDC And More. Designed By Alan Folts, The Spear Point Is An Absolute Winner

The new CRKT Spear Point is an excellent fixed-blade knife. Designed by Florida-based maker Alan Folts, and part of the company’s Minimalist line, the Spear Point is compact, rugged, and can cut through almost anything.

The piece is just 5.2 inches long and weighs a light 2.1 ounces. An included thermoplastic sheath keeps the stonewashed 8Cr13MoV blade safe and secure in transit. The high-carbon stainless steel retains its edge well, making this a great knife to bring with you camping or keeping it in your shop. It can get into tight places that larger knives, both folders and fixed blades, simply won’t be able to.

And it looks great thanks to the resin-infused fiber handle that has a rich, dark green color. The handle also has three finger notches built into the handle for easy, secure grip.

The CRKT Spear Point continues a long line of successful knives from one of America’s top factory makers. At an excellent price point, the Spear Point is, without question, worth the investment.

MSRP: $36.

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