Last year, we saw plenty of coverage touting Kershaw’s Natrix knife that dropped in fine display. This year, however, the brand is stepping things up a notch with the Bareknuckle — boasting everything we came to appreciate about the Zero Tolerance 0777-inspired Natrix but now made right here in the USA.
That’s right, in addition to a slimmed-down profile and upgraded materials, the Kershaw Barekuckle folding knife is proudly built on American soil. Each EDC knife also hosts a 3.5″ Sandvik 14C28N blade — referred to by Sandvik as the overall highest performing knife steel in the world — an anodized aluminum handle, their patented Sub-Frame Lock, and Kershaw’s KVT ball-bearing system. Plus, as an added touch, the Bareknuckle’s blade rotates out of the handle on an oversized pivot for style points. To finish it all off, each handsome knife comes complete with a deep-carry pocket clip for noted convenience throughout the day. Available now.
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