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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.


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.  


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.



July 29, 2014

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



July 30, 2014

So, does the blade lock?


Chuck Kerwin

August 2, 2014

do you have a Space Horse tee in xl?

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