CRKT calls its old-is-new-again Snap Lock folding knife a “legendary reissue” of “one of the most decorated knives of all time.” Ed Van Hoy originally designed the blade and its ornate handle in 2004(ish) and it earned kudos not only for its unique look, but also its utility: 180-degree swing opening; low profile; built-in money clip; and quick-release lanyard for a neck carry option.

The Snap Lock blade has a drop point shape, and comes as either a plain edge or with triple point serrations. When closed the knife’s wishbone frame serves as its blade edge guard, and when open the Snap Lock mechanism stabilizes the blade, so the harder you grip the handle, the tighter it locks in place.

Open, the Snap lock folding knife extends 6-1/2″; blade length is 2-1/2″.

Available at for $39.11