Kershaw Knives – 4 Professional Looking Pocket Knife Blades
Kershaw Knives are knives that have been around since 1850. Kershaw was founded by an American, Cyrus Kershaw, who cut his teeth in the early days of his career as a riverboat captain. He was very interested in sailing and made sure that he had the best equipment to do it, including his own knife. The company has continued to this day to produce quality pocket knives, and back in the early days, they used a molds to make the blades which is still used today.
Kershaw produces a knife with both a blade and a handle. The blade is available as an open top design, a drop point blade, a top swedged blade, and a hollow grind blade. There is also a Kershaw Leek which is made for use in wet environments. Kershaw Knives are popular because of their great ability to provide a strong, durable knife that will meet your needs and requirements for whatever you may need it for.
Kershaw Tanto knife is one of the more popular models and is one that is equipped with a Tanto blade. The Tanto is a two edged knife that is used for chopping and slicing. It’s a very powerful cutting tool and comes with a rubberized grip. The Kershaw Tanto is one that is also equipped with an assisted opening system that is designed to work when the knife is stuck in an object. The Kershaw Tanto is able to pop open easily and quickly thanks to its assisted opening system.
Another model in the Kershaw knife series is the Kershaw Leek. This model is geared toward those people that need to carry a small knife that is able to perform tasks. It is not meant to be a general purpose knife but instead is designed to be used specifically for cutting, skinning, and fishing. The knife is made by Kershaw with a full leather handle and a smooth red top coating.
The Kershaw Leek features a top grain leather wrapping around the entire knife blade and is finished with a textured g-10 handle material. It is one of the top selling knives in the Kershaw knife series. Other models in this series include the Kershaw Buckler, Kershaw Legendary, Kershaw Leek, and Kershaw Plank. All of these knives are made with different blade styles, some of which feature drop point blades and some that feature the multi-edged blade. Some knives are also made with a thumb hole.
The third knife series in Kershaw knife series is their Butterfly knife. This is a smaller version of the regular Kershaw knife and is geared more toward women and girls. It has a feminine design and is made of satin finished aluminum. Women and girls who might need some help with self-defense can use this because it comes with a specially designed pocket which is designed to fit women’s smaller guard sizes. The butterfly pattern on the handle of this knife is especially nice because it has a unique way of opening up for women.
All four of the Kershaw folding pocket knives consist of an extensive use of Kershaw folding pocket knives with an extensive use of Kershaw’s patented Transfer Bar mechanism. This patented mechanism allows users to open their knives without removing their fingers from the sheath or using any other means. This extensive use of Kershaw’s Transfer Bar mechanism makes it easy for users to open their knives with minimal effort. Kershaw makes sure that their Foldit knife series offers both comfort and safety to its users and is very ergonomic when using.
The fourth knife in Kershaw knife series is the Kershaw Leek which has a butterer clip which is lined with metal for durability. Its large opening blade is complemented by the large serrated bottom edge of the blade which helps in ensuring safety when you handle this knife. It also has extended thumb studs which help to keep your hands from being injured if you accidentally slip up. The large top tang of the knife is lined with Kershaw’s patented rubberized grip material. The Leek also comes with an assisted opening mechanism that allows users to quickly open the blade through a thumb hook or flip back lever without removing their fingers.