Carabiners are defined as “a metal loop with a sprung gate used to quickly and reversibly connect components in safety-critical systems.” Well, that’s what they were defined as before they became some of the most popular keychains on the market. Yes, they were appropriated by hipsters to hang their keys from their belt loops, but if we’re being completely honest we’re guilty of that too because it’s just so damn easy. When you’re getting a carabiner from a shop with knives in the name, though, it’s going to be built more to the specifications of the original definition of the word. The newest iteration of the Ansoknives Carabiner, v.3, is CNC milled from .200″ thick titanium with a custom stainless spring and beadblasted, anodized and stonewashed in five colors (blue, green, bronze, grey/green and natural gray stonewash). In addition to all that, it’s got a bottle opener and prybar/screwdriver so you can make repairs and drink beers wherever you are.