The Crossbones is already a great universal knife and now it has been updated with M390 stainless steel. The limited edition CRKT Crossbones M390 could be your next EDC sweet spot that makes an excellent daily carry.
This Italian-made Crossbones features a premium M390 steel blade. It flips open with an IKBS ball bearing pivot assembly and is locked in place with a framelock. The upswept blade style is reminiscent of a steak knife and is great for cutting pretty much anything. The long belly makes it great for long sweeping cuts and spine jimping provides a slip-free grip. The production run is limited to 500 pieces and each blade is individually numbered and serialized. This means it just might also make an outstanding safe queen that might very well grow in value over time.
The textured titanium handle is much lighter than you would think it would be. When the blade is closed, it resembles the shape of a dog bone. That’s where the Crossbones gets its name and its one of a kind looks.
The Crossbones was designed by Jeff Parks, and as CRKT puts it, he is a “detail-oriented type of guy, and by that we mean he’s an absolute perfectionist, and it shows in his simple, yet flawless designs.” The slim profile and pocket clip make the Crossbones a hassle-free EDC knife.
CRKT Crossbones M390 Details
- M390 Stainless Steel, Satin Finish
- 3.475” Upswept Blade
- Titanium Handle
- Flipper Opener
- Lanyard Hole
- Tip-up Pocket Clip
- 2.8 oz.
- 4.544” Closed
- 8.063” Overall
- Made in Italy
The CRKT Crossbone M390 is a great knife that’s limited to just 500 pieces, so make sure you get yours before they’re gone. Get one of your own for $275 by clicking any link in the article or simply clicking the button below.
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