Kershaw have introduced a host of new products to sit alongside their existing range of high quality utility, camping, fishing and folding knives. The Kershaw range is popular for fishermen and active outdoors people with high quality blades and tough finishes.
The Ration is a new eating tool consisting of a handy fork at one end and a spoon at the other. Small enough to tuck into the glove box or boat side pocket but large enough to eat with. It also comes with a convenient bottle opener and is available in a standard and large sizes.
There are a host of folding knives too including the new Cinder. This is a keychain ready, multifunction knife designed by Rick Hinderer. The Cinder is a handy mini-knife and box cutter with a bottle opener. The Copper handle ages over time giving each knife and individual look.
The Reverb is a larger yet compact outdoor knife with a long upswept blade with plenty of belly for efficient slicing. It is designed with a slim height and width so it isn’t bulky to carry.
The Decibel is a sci-fi inspired knife which is comfortable and lightweight. It is a very slim design with a strong linear design. It has a dark matte gray, titanium-carbo-nitride coating on the blade and handle. It is a manual knife that can be operated one handed with the thumb stud.
A perfect mix of a lightweight and easy to carry, the Mixtape is a handy pocket knife. It is a hard angular, slim line design, made lighter with cutouts in the glass filled nylon handle.
The Epistle is everything you need in a pocket knife. It’s a minimalist design with a curved handle that is easy to carry and hold. It weighs 2.1 ounces and has a brushed aluminium colour. It also comes with a pocket clip.
With a look inspired by a World War II trench knife, Les George and Kershaw designed the XCOM with a symmetrical, spearpoint blade that is great for cutting yet is sharpened on only one side. This is a tough dependable workhorse.
The Innuendo is style at a price. Inspired by the sweeping lines of a Lamborghini, this is a smooth knife with a stainless steel handle. Cutouts to the left and right of the pivot reduce weight.
And finally, the lightweight Reverb is ideal for backpacking, camping and hiking. It has no flipper or thumb stud to catch on anything and comes with a built in karabiner clip.