This Blade HQ Exclusive edition CRKT Sketch model has a D2 blade with a satin finish and a carbon fiber handle. It features a bronze colored backspacer and pivot collars.
This is the CRKT Sketch! Lucas Burnley has created another EDC classic with a modified sheepsfoot style blade. This design is utilitarian and compact, perfect for any everyday carry need. The Sketch includes a stout tip-up pocket clip.
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Very well executed! The bearings enable to flick open with ease. It has great balance and is light enough that it doesn't bog down your pants, but not so light that it feels cheap.
My wife says I have too many knives but when I saw this one I had to have it. When I received it I was a little skeptical that I would want to take my trusty Bugout out of my pocket for the Sketch. Now after a few weeks, It has been more in my pocket more than anything else. I used it to cut vegetables for dinner one night and that's what really made me love this knife. The carbon fiber has great grip and the blade shape makes it very chompy. I'm glad I got one before they were gone.
The knife is beautiful with carbon fiber frame. The blade is sharp out of the box like any CRKT knives. The bronze accents make the knife pop. Really like the snap sound from the blade with the locker when flick with hand, solid locking. The back of the blade toward handle is thick and sharp angle, make a good contact for fire steel. It will be good as my go-to knife or survival knife. It is not having a deep pocket clip, but I forget it is there clipping on my jean pocket as well as the size. It is just between the regular size Benchmade Griptilian and Benchmade Valet (thicker blade). I like the blade point, strong but not angular like tanto. Great for every day carry and every use. The only complaint I have is between the body frame and lock-frame are sharp, if not careful when grabbing too hard the steel may digging on your right index finger.