CRKT Directive folding knife
The CRKT Directive Drop Point, designed by Wisconsin knifemaker Matthew Lerch, features a 3.624″ blade made of 8Cr14MoV stainless steel, .136″ thick, with a Rockwell hardness of 58-60, a non reflective black oxide finish and a notched thumb rest for secure purchase. The two tone black GRN (glass reinforced nylon) handle, 4.828″ closed, has grooves and notches for secure grip, a notched backspacer for strength, a liner lock, large lanyard hole, and a four position pocket clip. The Directive Drop Point Knife has an overall open length of 8.438″, and it weighs 4.4 ounces. Made in China.
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This CRKT Directive folder is equipped with a black GFN handle and a drop point blade with a black oxide coating.
The CRKT Directive is a tactically inspired EDC folder with a highly functional Matthew Lerch design. It successfully combines simplicity and performance to create a no-nonsense folder that will turn that to-do list into a done list. It has a two-tone black handle made from glass-reinforced nylon with a stainless steel liner. The stainless steel blade comes in a reverse tanto style with a black oxide coating. A fully reversible pocket clip rounds out the solid EDC design.