The CRKT Pilar is a knife of few words. Designed by Jesper Voxnaes and named after the sailboat Ernest Hemmingway used during WWII, this compact folder delivers maximum performance with a minimalist design. The short sheepsfoot blade chops and slices like a clever, with precise control provided by a large finger choil. The stainless steel handle is not complicated by jimping or textured scales. It houses only a simple frame lock that performs its duty flawlessly.
Why choose this knife?
Next level knife: Spyderco Byrd Robin 2 Folding Knife
A sheepsfoot blade, similar to a reverse tanto or wharncliffe blade, has a flat cutting edge and a dull spine that curves down to form a false point. This shape provides a clean slicing edge without any risk of accidental piercing.
|Knife Edge:||Plain Edge|
|Handle Material:||Stainless Steel|
|Best Use:||Everyday Carry|
|Knife Hand:||Right Hand|