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CRKT Foresight Plain

$140.00 $89.99

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CRKT Foresight Plain

$140.00 $89.99

Specifications
Dimensions
Open Overall Length: 8.69″ (221 mm)
Closed Length: 5.17″ (131 mm)
Weight: 6.3 oz. (179 g)
Blade
Length: 3.50″ (89 mm)
Thickness: 0.16″ (4 mm)
Material: AUS 8, 58-59HRC
Finish: Black Titanium-Nitride
Style: Modified Drop Point
Edge: Plain
Handle
Material: Cold-Forged Aluminum
Pivot: IKBS (Ikoma Korth Bearing System)
Lock
Type: Locking Liner
Made in Taiwan

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Description

Columbia River Knife & Tool

The CRKT Foresight™ folding knife designed by Ken Onion draws on the tried and true formula of “form follows function”. Its formidable profile looks like a chiseled physique just waiting to pounce on your next cutting task with all of the control and efficiencies you would expect in a high-quality folding knife. The cold-forged aluminum handle of the Foresight™ is purposefully styled and shaped with swept finger grooves and proper palm swell to provide a confident, comfortable grip no matter the use at hand.

Ken designed the 3.5-inch modified drop-point blade with a generous belly and re-curve cutting edge to maximize tool utility. And, the IKBS ball bearing pivot system coupled with Interframe style mechanism, make opening and closing the blade as smooth as silk. Precision ground of AUS 8 stainless steel and coated with Black Ti Nitride finish… this Ken Onion knife looks cool and is plenty sharp. Available in both Plain Edge and Combined Razor-Sharp and Triple-Point™ Serrated Edge models.

Bottom line, some say hindsight is 20/20, but perhaps a smarter way to think is that having the Foresight™ shows you plan ahead when it comes to having the right tools.

About the Knife Designer

Ken Onion – “Though I have been a devout knife collector since childhood, collecting mostly production knives and anything else I could find, I was unaware of the custom knife industry until 1989 when I saw an issue of Knives Illustrated at a local drug store. From there I found a local knife maker named Stan Fujisaka and begged him to teach me. I made my first knife in November 1991 and have continued the craft since.á While recovering from back surgery in 1996, I decided to try to design a folder that was easier to manipulate than what was available, and not a switchblade. The result was the first assisted opening knife I called “Speed Safe” After finding some information on the whole patent process and consultation from an attorney, I got my first patent, creating a whole new category of knives between manual and auto.”

Brand

CRKT

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