The need for a comfortable, ergonomic, and compact EDC knife is omnipresent. Whether you’re taking on menial day-to-day tasks or heading into the outdoors for a weekend among the pines, it’s always a good idea to have a sharp companion at your side — a role which Kershaw’s sleek and slim Epistle Model 2131 knife takes on with unrelenting devotion.
Thanks to the Epistle’s three-inch 8Cr13MoV stainless steel blade, it’s a perfect all-arounder catered toward the completion of life’s most trying tasks. You’ll be able to cut, slice, and slide the knife through a variety of different materials and surfaces thanks to its versatile drop-point blade shape — giving it an intuitive design that’s simple, yet elegant. But it doesn’t end there; to keep the knife aesthetically refined, Kershaw has introduced a custom pivot cap, two-tone coloring, and a bead-blasted blade to contrast with the Epistle’s lightweight aluminum handle, while placing a subtle texture on the backspacer and clip. At 2.1 ounces, the manually-operated accessory was conceptualized to provide users with optimal comfort, performance, and capability, while still retaining its featherlight stature. Head to Kershaw’s website to grab one of your own for $50.