A sports car among minivans. An everyday carry knife is your commuter car—typically chosen for reliability and practicality. But why settle for anything but a sleek, powerful head turner? The Snarky™ pocket knife combines curving lines and flashy details for a daily companion that’s anything but average.
Designed by Philip Booth in Ithaca, Michigan, this folder is dangerously good looking. A flat-ground recurve blade boosts slicing capability through the roof and the satin finish sets it off from the shapely handle.
Philip isn’t just practiced in design and knife making, he’s a notoriously accomplished painter and printmaker. Stainless steel inlays in the black grippy handle of the Snarky™ stick true to his roots and add a distinct creative flair. The outcome: design with an I-just-can’t-put-my-finger-on-it attraction. It looks better in motion; safety comes standard with a solid locking liner.
The Snarky™ may have the looks of a showpiece, but it’s got the soul of a workhorse.
Satin Blade Finish
Locking Liner Safety
- Blade Length: 2.831" (71.91 mm)
- Blade Edge: Plain
- Blade Style: Recurve Drop Point
- Blade Steel: 8Cr13MoV, HRC 58-60
- Blade Finish: Satin Finish
- Blade Thickness: 0.145" (3.68 mm)
- Closed Length: 4.026" (102.26 mm)
- Weight: 5.8 oz
- Handle: Polyoxymethylene (POM); Inlay - 2Cr13
- Style: Folding Knife w/Locking Liner
- Overall Length: 7.75" (196.85 mm)
|Knife Edge:||Plain Edge|
|Blade Length:||2.83 inch|