FREE SHIPPING!Serve. Protect. The Provoke knife draws on ancient karambit design
but it’s hiding a futuristic secret. The first knife ever to feature
Kinematic technology, it stays neatly tucked away in transit and comes
to life when there’s trouble afoot.
thinks of Designer Joe Caswell as somewhat of a mad scientist. When
they got an eyeful of the sketches that were to become the Provoke —
designed in Newbury Park, California — they knew he was destined to
become one of the most innovative designers the knife world has ever
seen. Modeled after a traditional karambit, the black titanium nitride
hawkbill-style blade is forged of a premium D2 steel for high durability
and excellent edge retention.
The opening mechanism is pulling
the folder into the future whether it’s ready or not. Thumb pressure on
the upper crossbar sets the chain reaction in motion, causing the blade
to lunge to action while you’ve got a firm grasp on the handle. It’s
crafted of aircraft-grade 6061 aluminum for supreme toughness. In true
Joe fashion, the pocket clip is also a world’s first—sitting almost
completely flush with the handle and likewise activated with light thumb
The Provoke comes up strong when it’s called in for duty.
the upper crossbar with your thumb—while the rest of your fingers
firmly grasp the handle—and the blade lunges to life and locks into
place. Shift the discrete lever at the base of the finger loop and the
blade retreats into its closed position.