CRKT Sampa – Designed by Flavio Ikoma Review


It’s been awhile since I reviewed a CRKT knife and today I have the CRKT Sampa for review. The knife was designed by Brazilian knife designer Flavio Ikoma. This knife was drawn to me for its fluid look and design.





Ken Onion suggested general parameters for this gentleman’s tactical folder and it shows as it has the familiar feel of a Ken Onion Knife. Flavio Ikoma did the rest with a unique design and quick flipper one handed opening. The blade is premium AUS 8 stainless steel in a drop point shape with recurve and high hollow grind. I chose the high satin finish with a Razor Edge but you can choose the Combined Razor-Sharp and Triple-Point™ Serrated edge with a black titanium nitride blade coating. The unique handle is made of cold-forged 6061-T6 aluminum and then machined, gray anodized for a titanium look, and finally surfaced finished. The IKBS pivot system is durable and requires little maintenance, yielding a folder with great rigidity and no blade play.


The first thing I noticed when I received the CRKT IKOMA SAMPA Knife was just how lightweight it is. This knife is really light but made tough with a Cold forged aluminum frame. The knife has a futuristic look with the custom knife quality at a reasonable price.

9.8 Out of 10

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