SNICKER™
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SNICKER™

Designed by Philip Booth in Ithaca, Michigan
In the face of daily duties, the Snicker™ always has the last laugh.

It’s one of the most compact everyday carry folders out there that still performs with the punch of a full-size blade. This fold-er is proof that skipping the bulk doesn’t mean skimping on performance.
  • Flipper Opener
  • Locking Liner for Safety
  • Glass Reinforced Nylon Handles with Carbon Fiber Texture
$34.99
Lifetime Warranty
 
Specifications
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Blade Length1.846" (46.89 mm)
Blade EdgePlain
Blade Steel420J2, HRC 50-52
Blade FinishStonewash
Blade Thickness0.106" (2.69 mm)
Closed Length2.938" (74.63 mm)
Weight2.3 oz
HandleInjection Molded Glass Reinforced Nylon
StyleFolding Knife w/Locking Liner
Overall Length4.688" (119.08 mm)
In the face of daily duties, the Snicker™ always has the last laugh.

It’s one of the most compact everyday carry folders out there that still performs with the punch of a full-size blade. This fold-er is proof that skipping the bulk doesn’t mean skimping on performance.

Phil Booth of Ithaca, Michigan designed the Snicker™ after spending over 20 years honing in the design of its sister, the Minnow. Pleased with the Minnow’s compact design, powerful capability, and huge popularity, he applied what he knew to elevate the Snicker™ to the head of the pack.

Though compact, the modified drop point blade is surprisingly burly and capable once it’s deployed from its glass-reinforced nylon handle. The subtle carbon fiber texture improves grip and turns heads as it tears through anything that dares to underestimate it. It’ll never skip a beat, and neither will you when the locking liner locks the blade in place.

If anyone dares to judge the Snicker™ by its compact size, it’ll be you that gets the last laugh.
Philip Booth

Philip Booth

Ithaca, Michigan 

Philip Booth is a modern day version of a human phoenix—when his art studio burned down in the late 80’s, it left his life’s work of paintings and art prints reduced to ashes. Instead of letting it knock him down, he was reborn as a knife maker, and has since swept up a handful of prestigious awards like the Blade Show’s 2016 Most Innovative Design award, and their 2005 Best of the Rest award. He’s a mechanically orientated artist, and his innovative, artful tools are proof.
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