Founded in 1974, Kershaw quickly became known as a gold standard for pocket and hunting knives. And over the years, iteration after iteration did nothing if not continue to support the idea that knives should be built with pride. Now, more than 40 years later, Kershaw continues to push the envelope. Case in point, the new Kerhsaw Pub Knife.
Designed by custom knife maker Dmitry Sinkevich, the Pub is a unique little companion that, when closed, you wouldn’t even guess housed a stonewashed steel blade. Instead, what you’d recognize would be the bottle opener, and maybe the slotted screwdriver tip next to it. In fact, the 1.6-inch blade reveals itself only after pushing down on the key ring attachment. The handle also boasts a carbon fiber front scale, steel back and is less than three inches long when closed making it an ideal everyday carry item. This pocket-worthy little knife is also available in anodized aluminum in both black and blue colorways as well.