Cool Stuff: CRKT Homefront — a pocketknife for us working guys

A pocketknife, for us working guys, is merely an extension of our hands. We use our knives as a tool cutting wire, for notching wood, opening silly plastic encased electronics, and even slicing our talo or fresh Amy’s Bakery bread on the job site.

Pocketknives are a magnet for lint & crud in every joint, and corner. Just flip a lever in front and roll open a dial in the back...voila...your Homefront blade and grip open up for easy breezy hygienic cleansing.

The Homefront ($150) has a 3 1/2” blade and weighs approximately 4.8 oz. Homefront’s EDC, Hunter & Tactical versions ($99) have glass filled nylon handles, weighing a tad bit less at 4.3 oz.

For travelers, for our proud active duty military relatives, and American Samoa’s territorial firefighters urgently dispatched to the US mainland, for a Hurricane Maria Puerto Rican survivor ...any version of the Homefront would be a valued, possibly life saving asset.

<https://www.crkt.com/homefront.html>

Ask an old guy to set his pocketknife on the table. Ask him to share three stories associated with that cherished keepsake. Guaranteed you will be spellbound.

 

 

 

 

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