Kershaw’s Camp 5 Is A Beefy D2 Steel Fixed Blade Made For The Outdoors

Feb 7, 2020

Category: Gear

When out in the field, there is nothing that brings a sense of security like a trusty adventure knife. Kershaw has long embraced the importance of utility in their designs, and their new Camp 5 knife exemplifies their understanding of building dependable tools that you can rely on time and time again.

The Camp 5 features a 4.75” D2 steel fixed blade with a drop point shape and full-length tang wrapped in machine etched glass-filled nylon scales, providing a solid hand feel and reliable edge hardness, making sure this trusty tool performs in any occasion. Included with the knife is a molded glass-filled nylon sheath outfitted with a double retention system, belt loop and webbing slots, and even a drainage port for when the undertaking gets wet. At 9.25” in overall length, the Camp 5 is a trusty companion for your next hunt or excursion into the wilderness.

Purchase: $95

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