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Introducing the Utility Knife

Everybody needs a good knife in their backpack or tool kit. Here's a favorite of the AC team, made by the fine folks at CRKT.

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We were originally going to call it the "Cutty-Stabby," but when legal shot that down, we came up with the incredibly creative "Utility Knife."

It's got a clip on one side, the AC logo on the other, and is good for spreading delicious jams, making dangerous arm movements, and of course cutting things.  

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Here are some details:

Open Length: 6.5"

Closed Length: 3.75"

Blade: 2.625"

Weight: 3.1oz

MSRP is $39.99 and we have them in stock now.

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Bork

July 29, 2014

Looks real nice. Any chance you could show pics of the other side, with the clip? Thank you.

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Mike

July 30, 2014

So, does the blade lock?

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Chuck Kerwin

August 2, 2014

do you have a Space Horse tee in xl?

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