Kershaw Natrix Carbon Fiber Knife

Aug 6, 2018

Category: Gear

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Inspired by the award-winning Zero Tolerance 0777, this uptown Natrix knife boasts a classy carbon fiber inlay in addition to sleek blue-gray G-10 handles and a gray titanium carbo-nitride coated 8Cr13MoV blade. It’s an upgrade from their classic Natrix flipper, one that clocks in a bit lighter but hosts the same level of performance.

Also, in conjunction with other Natrixes, this carbon fiber option features a drop-point blade that’s accessed via their built-in flipper and Kershaw’s KVT ball-bearing opening allowing you to open it one-handed. Additionally, their Sub-Frame lock keeps the blade secure when not deployed, an oversized pivot adds some fine detail to the front of the knife, and a custom-designed pocket clip keeps this dependable knife perpetually at the ready on a daily basis.

Purchase: $70

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