CRKT Attaboy Assisted Deadbolt Lock Black & Blue GRN Folding D2 Knife 5410

  • $ 99.99


Assisted Opening. 3.80'' closed. 2.73'' Stonewash finish D2 steel sheepsfoot blade. Black and dusty blue glass-reinforced nylon handle. Deadbolt Lock. Lanyard Hole. Flipper Tab. Thumb Hole. Deep-carry tip-Up right carry pocket clip. IKBS ball bearing pivot system. Designed by Flavio Ikoma. Boxed.

Light as a feather, sharp as a talon. Built to handle whatever the day throws at you, the Attaboy™ puts everything you need from an everyday carry into an ultra-compact folding knife that weighs just 3.5 ounces. Whether on the job or out exploring the backcountry, it won’t slow you down.

Incorporating designer Flavio Ikoma’s eponymous IKBS™ ball bearing pivot system and Ken Onion’s Assisted Opening, the Attaboy™ glides open quickly and smoothly. The 2.7-inch drop-point blade is made of D2 steel for superb edge retention, while Deadbolt®, another Ikoma innovation, holds it safely in place when deployed. Despite the small proportions, the knife offers a strong and secure grip that feels natural in the hand. The hybrid front flipper ensures the blade’s entire cutting edge is available to use without interference, while the choil lets you choke the blade for maximum control.

Built to spend the whole day at your side, the Attaboy™ uses a glass-reinforced nylon handle that helps it reach its featherweight status. It measures less than 4 inches long when closed and the deep-carry clip lets it ride low in your pocket, where it comfortably fades into the background until it’s needed. Now that’s a job well done.

How Assisted Opening Works
It's held securely closed in your pocket, but initiate the deployment, and part way through the rotation the blade opens at impressive speed for simple, powerful, one-handed opening.

How Deadbolt® Works
Steel bolts interlock with the blade when it’s deployed to yield incredible strength. A prominent button sits at the pivot point for simple, intuitive disengagement without fingers crossing the path of the blade.


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