SNARKY™
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SNARKY™

Designed by Philip Booth in Ithaca, Michigan
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.
  • Flipper Opening
  • Satin Blade Finish
  • Locking Liner Safety
$49.99
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40% of 100
Lifetime Warranty
 
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Blade Length2.831" (71.91 mm)
Blade EdgePlain Edge
Blade Steel8Cr13MoV
Blade FinishSatin Finish
Blade Thickness0.145" (3.68 mm)
Closed Length4.026" (102.26 mm)
Weight5.8 oz
HandlePolyoxymethylene (POM); Inlay - 2Cr13
StyleFolding Knife w/Locking Liner
Overall Length7.75" (196.85 mm)
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.
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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