Start a fire even when it’s wet outside. To get your fire going, all you’ll need is a small pile of dry grass, wood shavings, or other flammable materials. Hold the magnesium firesteel shaft close to the pile and quickly draw the striker down the shaft at a right angle to produce sparks. The sparks will ignite the dry materials and, as the fire becomes established, you will be able to gradually add larger materials to the fire until it is at the desired size. Rain, snow, or whatever Mother Nature can dish out, with this magnesium alloy fire starter, you’ll be able to achieve the spark you need to get your fire going. Small enough to fit in your driest pocket. Makes an essential addition to your dry-box supplies.
- Firesteel shaft is good for up to 3,000 strikes
- Chrome-plated striker is easy to hold and use - Molded plastic handle makes it easy to use; nylon cord keeps it handy for when you need it
- Manual, KVT ball-bearing opening for quick, easy opening with flipper
- Unique matte-blue pivot and tube spacers
- Also lights camp stoves and gas barbeques; in an emergency, the brilliant spark can be used as an emergency signal
With its blade length of just 2 inches, the new Kershaw Spoke is easy to take along with you just about anywhere. But even with such a compact blade, this knife is plenty useful. It slices through tasks quickly and easily because the Spoke's big belly provides plenty of cutting surface—even though the overall blade length is shorter.
The knife opens quickly and easily with SpeedSafe assisted opening and the built-in flipper. Slightly oversized, the flipper doubles as a finger guard when the blade is opened. The steel handle features an unusual textured pattern that also provides a solid grip on this smaller knife. Black-oxide coating gives it a great look and a sturdy liner lock secures the blade open during use.
The Spoke has a reversible, deep-carry pocketclip and a black-oxide coated blade stop.
In a battery, the cathode attracts the positive charge. One look at Kershaw’s new Cathode tanto and we predict you’ll have a very positive attraction indeed.
The Cathode isn’t ultra fancy, just ultra functional. The 2.25-inch tanto blade is great for slicing and piercing. A top grind adds a touch of style, while heavy jimping on the spine ensures a secure grip—especially when you need to choke up on the blade for detail work. The blade opens with a flipper and our SpeedSafe assisted opening, so one-handed opening is a breeze. And, since it’s a flipper knife, it’s perfect for left- or right-handed users.
The handle is stainless steel, cold-forged with a repeating pattern that’s not only looks good, but also enhances grip. The Cathode locks up securely during use thanks to the solid frame lock. Black hardware, including a backspacer with additional jimping and a reversible pocketclip, sets off the Cathode’s all-steel good looks.
Te Grinder offers a blade with a slightly curved belly for all-purpose cutting and slicing. A clipped, tanto-inspired tip offers excellent piercing capabilities, too. If you need to bear down on the back of the blade during a particularly tough cutting job, the concave spine with heavy jimping provides additional grip security. The work-ready blade is made of 4Cr13 steel for solid service.
The Grinder is always ready to go to work quickly thanks to our SpeedSafe assisted opening and convenient built-in flipper. A secure liner lock keeps the blade securely open during work until the user releases it. The glass-filled nylon handle is ergonomically contoured to fit the hand securely and grooved to offer an extra-secure grip. The deep-carry pocketclip is easily reversible for tip-down, right- or left-handed carry.
he new Shuffle II offers a bigger blade and longer handle, but with the same multi-functional flexibility and value pricing that made the Kershaw Shuffle such a hit. But the Shuffle II’s look is very different from the Shuffle. With a tanto blade, strongly textured handle, and BlackWash blade, the Shuffle II has a brawnier look and feel.
The blade is made of 8Cr13MoV, a quality stainless steel known for its ability to hold an edge, strength, and hardness. The heavily textured handle enhances grip, while still being comfortable to hold and use. A liner lock secures the Shuffle II's blade open in use, but closes easily when its tasks are done. It also features the strong finger contours, handy bottle opener, screwdriver tip, and lanyard attachment that help define the Shuffle.
As a utility knife, a work knife, or just a great multi-function pocketknife—with a new, beefed-up look—the manual opening Shuffle II is a perfect choice. It comes complete with a convenient reversible (left/right) pocketclip.
The Shuffle II offers a bigger blade and longer handle, but with the same multi-functional flexibility and value pricing that made the Kershaw Shuffle such a hit. And now it comes in outdoors-loving olive.
The manual opening modified tanto blade is made of 8Cr13MoV, a quality stainless steel known for its ability to hold an edge, strength, and hardness. The heavily textured handle enhances grip, while still being comfortable to hold and use. A liner lock secures the Shuffle II's blade open in use, but closes easily when its tasks are done. It also features the strong finger contours, handy bottle opener, screwdriver tip, and lanyard attachment that help define the Shuffle.
As a utility knife, a work knife, or just a great multi-function pocketknife, the Shuffle II with its handsome olive handle is a perfect choice. It comes complete with a convenient reversible (left/right) pocketclip.
The Aftereffect, designed by Jens Anso, is a small knife ideal as a lightweight pocket carry, but it’s small enough to fit on a keychain, too. The large lanyard hole in the aluminum backspacer is anodized in blue and enables the Aftereffect to fit conveniently on a keyring. For pocket carry, the Aftereffect includes a deep-carry pocketclip in matching black oxide. The Aftereffect’s blade is quality 8Cr13MoV stainless steel with a matte, bead-blasted finish. This manual knife is easy to open one-handed using the built-in thumb stud. The glass-filled nylon handle features an angular pattern that interacts with the Decorative pivot.
- A perfect, pocket-sized carrying knife
- Opens manually with thumb stud
- 8Cr13MoV blade steel offers edge-holding capability, strength, and hardness
- Oversized lanyard hole can accommodate keychain carry
- Custom designed pivot and anodized aluminum backspacer
With its custom touches, SpeedSafe assisted opening, and versatile clip-point blade, the Camshaft is designed to get your engine going. The clip-point blade offers good piercing capabilities, while its slight belly curve provides excellent slicing. The contoured handle is textured for a solid grip. Custom touches include the unique pivot design and decorative backspacer. SpeedSafe assisted opening makes it quick and easy to open one-handed. The Camshaft’s pocketclip is designed for deep carry and is left/right reversible.
- Provides amazing bang for the buck; Decorative pivot and backspacer add style
- Opens quickly and easily with SpeedSafe® assisted opening and a flipper
- 4Cr13 blade steel offers good corrosion resistance, high strength; stonewashed finish hides use scratches
- Contoured glass-filled nylon handle is comfortable, promotes secure grip during use
No need to hold your breath, the Airlock is here. The Airlock is part of Kershaw’s Starter series, designed to provide more style and more advanced features—for less money. For style, the Airlock has a slim, speedy look with a distinctive cutout in the handle that mirrors the handle shape. This “airlock” lets you see through to the stainless steel liners. A Decorative pivot works with the handle machining for an integrated look. The reversible pocketclip looks like a pen clip and helps the Airlock almost disappear in your pocket.
- Eye-catching looks with extra-thin “pen style” pocketclip for discreet pocket carry
- Opens quickly and easily with SpeedSafe® assisted opening and built-in flipper
- 4Cr13 blade steel offers good corrosion resistance, high strength; bead-blasted finish provides a subtle, matte look
- Steel handle has patterned machining for secure grip
We pulled out all the stops to make the Husker a unique EDC. First of all, while it has a substantial feel, it is also very slim, so it’s comfortable in the hand and in the pocket. It features an upswept blade with plenty of belly for excellent slicing. The all-steel handle has a machined, industrial pattern for enhanced grip. This frame lock knife also features one of the most well-integrated over-travel stops you’ve ever seen. An over-travel stop prevents the frame lock from over extending as you close the knife; this one blends flawlessly with the overall look of the handle.
- Unique looks with custom over-travel stop to prevent lock over extension
- Opens quickly and easily with SpeedSafe® assisted opening; flipper is smoothed for an extra-comfortable opening experience
- 4Cr13 blade steel offers good corrosion resistance, high strength; bead-blasting provides a subtle, matte finish; “sawtooth” jimping on the blade spine adds an aggressive look
- Steel handle has patterned machining for enhanced grip
One sweet knife? Oh yes, it is. This is indeed one sweet little pocketknife. The Oso Sweet features a classic drop-point blade that gives you maximum workaday utility, at the same time, this knife has plenty of style and features that will get it—and you—noticed. First of all, the Oso Sweet opens one-handed with SpeedSafe assisted opening.
Just pull back on the ambidextrous flipper and the blade moves out of the handle ready for use. Whether you’re a left-hander or right-hander, your blade is easy to access and ready to go when you are. Kershaw heat-treats the 8Cr13MoV blade steel to bring out its high-performance characteristics like good edge retention, strength, hardness, and wear resistance.
The handle is glass-filled nylon for excellent durability and incorporates a textured “scale” pattern that gives the Oso Sweet a unique look. A locking liner secures the blade during use and recloses easily for pocket carry or storage. The pocketclip can be reversed for tip-up or tip-down carry. The Oso Sweet is one of our most popular knives. Once you get your hands on one and start using it, we think it will be pretty popular with you, too.
The Chill offers you amazing value in a slim, lightweight, and inexpensive knife. This manual opening knife is handsome enough to be a dress knife, yet capable enough to take on just about all of your every day tasks.
The narrow, drop-point blade offers versatile cutting ability and comes razor sharp right out of the box. When the time comes, it re-sharpens easily, too. The steel provides high wear resistance and good corrosion resistance. The slim profile of the Chill and its miniscule weight make it a great choice for comfortable and discrete carry. The scales are G10 and barely add to the Chill’s weight.
The Chill opens manually with a built-in flipper. Just pull back on the flipper and add a slight wrist roll for quick and easy opening with either the left or right hand. A liner lock keeps the blade locked open for secure use. Designed by custom knifemaker RJ Martin, the Chill answers your need for a knife with plenty of style, function, and with a low intimidation factor so you can take it just about anywhere.
As a backup knife, an easy-to-access utility blade, or just an unobtrusive, easy-to-carry EDC, neck knives are becoming a top choice for many knife users. Not only does ours look awesome, at 3.8 inches, the Dune’s blade is longer than other neck knives, providing more usable slicing area. It also has a tanto tip ideal for piercing—as well as an overall sword-like blade design that gives it an unmistakable style.For solid reliability, the Dune is a full-tang knife and has textured, glass-filled nylon scales that make for a lightweight and durable knife with a secure grip.
Naturally, the Dune includes its own molded sheath that snaps the knife securely into position, yet releases quickly when needed. The Kershaw logo “K” molded into the sheath lets knife users know they’re carrying the best with Kershaw.
This Boot Knife's Mission is to Offer Both Performance and Value
The model number of our Secret Agent boot knife could be none other than 4007.
This updated version of the boot knife features a single-edged blade with a non-reflective black-oxide finish. The blade is heat treated to Kershaw’s demanding specifications to bring out the very best qualities in the steel. The black-oxide coating provides additional blade protection.
For a secure grip, the handle is glass-filled nylon with a textured rubber overmold. The Secret Agent has a dual-carry molded sheath with a clip for convenient belt carry and slots to add your own leg carry straps. For additional versatility, the knife comes with a lanyard hole.
Discreet and concealable for tactical use and personal protection, the Secret Agent is also viable for a variety of utility purposes.
The handsome blade is a modified drop-point with a dagger-like shape. The 8Cr13MoV blade steel, with Kershaw’s precision heat treatment, provides long-lasting edge retention, as well as strength and hardness. Black-oxide coating offers an additional measure of blade protection and non-reflectivity.
The Fatback opens with Kershaw’s SpeedSafe assisted opening for smooth, one-handed opening. The pivot is oversized and decorative. The handle is drilled to support our four-position pocketclip—so you can carry tip-up/down, left/right, whatever your preferred carry position. And finally, the Fatback’s deep-carry pocketclip lets the knife ride securely and comfortably low in the pocket.
The RJ Tactical 3.0 is a classic collaboration between custom knifemaker RJ Martin and Kershaw's blade engineers. It offers tactical RJ style—versatile drop-point blade, top and bottom grind, and comfortably contoured handle—at a very affordable price.
The compact 3-inch blade folds closed into a 4-inch handle, making this a right-sized tactical knife that’s at home taking on tasks in the out of doors, on the jobsite, or in the office. The blade is made of quality 8Cr13MoV steel, which Kershaw heat treats to bring out its very best high-performance characteristics—the ability to take and hold an edge, strength, and hardness.
The handle is durable glass-filled nylon with comfortable finger contours and a matte look. The handle also offers heavy back jimping for an extra-secure grip. The RJ Tactical 3.0 opens with SpeedSafe assisted opening and the built-in flipper. A locking liner secures the blade open during use. We added a reversible pocketclip for left- or right-handed carry in this good-looking tactical knife.
The extra-wide, drop-point blade offers excellent slicing and will handle just about any other kind of cutting task as well. 8Cr13MoV stainless steel makes the blade sturdy and offers good edge-holding capabilities. Unusual jimping on the blade back adds style without being so aggressive that your thumb complains. A stonewashed finish hides scratches.
For a good grip, the Swerve has a contoured handle that "swerves" slightly to fit comfortably in the hand. Kershaw’s exclusive K-Texture™ on the handle enhances grip. The Swerve opens one-handed with SpeedSaf® with either flipper or thumb stud. For convenient carrying, it also has a reversible, deep-carry clip.
The straight spear-point blade, sharpened on a single side, is made of 8Cr13MoV stainless steel with Kershaw’s BlackWash coating for a non-reflective, “already-broken-in” look. The coating not only helps protect the blade, but also hides use scratches. The handle has glass-filled nylon scales with heavy arrow-patterned texturing to enhance grip. A stout steel liner, also with non-reflective BlackWash, provides an equally stout liner lock to secure the blade open during use.
Even better, the Barstow opens quickly and easily with SpeedSafe assisted opening and the built-in flipper. All the hardware is black—with the notable exception of the Barstow’s tube spacers, which are anodized in blue for a touch of subtle color and eye-catching interest. For convenient and discreet carry, the deep-carry pocketclip enables the knife to ride low in the pocket and is left/right reversible.
The mid-sized Gravel is ready to get the job done. The distinctive blade shape is a reverse tanto, but with strong belly curve and a top swedge. This means the Gravel not only provides the piercing power of a tanto, but also offers excellent slicing capabilities. The blade’s swedge dips toward the spine at the back of the blade and gives the pocketknife a distinctly “sharky” look. 8Cr13MoV blade steel ensures good edge holding, strength, and hardness. The steel handle is comfortably contoured and equipped with a deep-carry pocketclip. - Mid-sized, all-steel pocketknife has an aggressive look
- 8Cr13MoV blade steel offers edge-holding capability, strength, and hardness; BlackWash™ finish helps hide use scratches - One-handed opening thanks to SpeedSafe® assisted opening
The Kershaw Showtime, designed by Todd Rexford, is not exactly a traditional “gentleman’s” knife. Which means that it could be exactly what the non-traditional gentleman is looking for.
With its 3-inch blade, the Showtime is a convenient size for pocket carry—whether you’re dressed up or down. The blade features a two-toned finish: black-oxide on the grinds and satin-polish on the flats. 8Cr13MoV stainless steel enables the Showtime's blade to take and hold its edge.
The Showtime opens elegantly with the built-in flipper and our SpeedSafe assisted opening. And there’s no thumb stud to interrupt the clean, streamlined looks.
The handle is steel, black-oxide coated, and contoured for a solid grip. A frame lock ensures secure lock up. The decorative hex pivot enhances the Showtime’s showoff good looks. The pocketclip is reversible for left- or right-handed carry and because it’s also a deep-carry clip, carrying is always discreet.
Bits + a big blade
Most multi-tools include a plethora of “tools,” many of which are not actually very useful. Even worse, in many of these tools, the important knife blade is an afterthought—and barely useful at all. Not the Select Fire.
The Select Fire was built to be a knife-focused multi-tool. It’s built around a manual opening knife blade, a knife blade that simply works and works well. For strength and edge-holding capability, the Select Fire’s blade is made of 8Cr13MoV stainless steel and bead-blasted for an easy care, matte look. What’s more, the Select Fire offers a surprisingly comfortable grip, so it’s actually easy to hold as you use that big, useful blade—something most multi-tools can’t say.
Designed by Grant & Gavin Hawk, the Select Fire is also a handy multi-tool. There’s a 4-piece bit set, plus the bit driver. The bits, two flathead and two crosshead, are in on-board carriers that swings out to let you choose your bit, then swings back to snap into place. Black liners give it a sleek, finished look. The contoured glass-filled nylon handle is equally comfortable whether you’re using the blade or the bits. The Select Fire makes a great addition to every tool and truck box. In fact, it's so handy you might want to get two.
The Grid's blade is a modified drop-point, but cut so that it almost resembles a tanto. This provides a strong tip for practicalities like piercing, yet the blade also has enough belly to offer excellent slicing capabilities.
Quality 8Cr13MoV blade steel means long-lasting edge retention, strength, and hardness. Black-oxide coating gives the blade a non-reflective, matte finish and enhances corrosion resistance. The handle is pure steel—with a handsome grey titanium carbo-nitride coating. A sturdy frame lock holds the blade securely open during use.
You can access the blade quickly and easily thanks to Kershaw’s SpeedSafe assisted opening. Just pull back on the built-in flipper or push out on the thumbstud. The Grid’s pocketclip is reversible for convenient left- or right-handed carry.
Designed by RJ Martin, the Volt II has the same versatile blade and handle style as the original Volt, but with a hardworking 8Cr13MoV stainless steel blade and textured, black glass-filled nylon scales. With this iteration, the original Volt showpiece becomes a tough, working knife. And to make sure your blade is always ready to go to work when you need it, the Volt II opens one-handed thanks to Kershaw’s SpeedSafe® assisted opening system.
A simple pull back on the flipper and the Volt II opens smoothly and easily. We think you’ll appreciate the versatility of the Volt II’s slightly dropped point blade. This classic shape is just about perfect for any general utility task. Partial blade serration just extends the Volt II’s capabilities and makes it easy to whip through materials like cord, webbing, or rope.
For a secure grip and a solid, satisfying feel in the hand, the Volt II has finger contours on the handle, diamond-patterned, glass-filled nylon handles, and heavy jimping on the back of the blade. The Volt II’s pocketclip is reversible for tip-up or tip-down carry. And did we mention that you get all this at a value price?
What’s different? First of all, this Zing is all stainless steel, from pointy tip to handle butt. Just smooth, sleek, bead-blasted steel all the way down. The blade is high-quality 8Cr13MoV stainless steel, heat treated to Kershaw specifications to bring out the very best in the steel—strength, hardness, and the ability to take and hold a wicked edge. The modified drop-point blade offers superior slicing and utility capabilities.
To give this Zing even more, well, zing, we added SpeedSafe assisted opening. Just pull back on the ambidextrous flipper and the blade moves out of the handle, quickly and easily. You can also access the Zing’s SpeedSafe feature with a simple push on the thumbstud. Either way, your Zing is ready to go quickly and easily.
As a frame lock knife, the Zing SS is slimmer than previous liner lock Zings and rides even more comfortably in your pocket. The handle is drilled so that you can position the pocketclip for either tip-up or tip-down. And, of course, there’s a handy lanyard hole. The Zing SS is a value priced, everyday carrying knife with a clean look and lots of style.
Set of three throwing knives—plus a convenient, nylon sheath for storage
We have to admit it; throwing knives is fun. But throwing just any knife is dangerous—and not very smart.To throw knives, knives specially designed for throwing are required. That’s why Kershaw made the Ion Throwing Knife Set. The three knives in the set are designed to have the correct weight and balance for target throwing.
Kershaw’s Ion knives are double-edged, spear-point blades. We made these full-tang knives from sturdy, high-chromium stainless steel and wrapped the handles in durable, sure-grip paracord. The extra-wide ring at the end adds balance, offers a great place to attach a lanyard, and makes it easy to remove the knives from the sheath—or from the target.
All three knives fit neatly in the nylon carrying and storage sheath, which makes it easy to take them out to the throwing range.
The tanto is an ideal shape for these piercing tasks because there is plenty of metal to support the point, making it stronger than many other blade shapes. You’ll notice that the top of the Brawler’s blade has a grind, too. This is called a swedge; it helps narrow the blade, adding to its piercing power. At the same time, the Brawler’s straight belly offers excellent cutting capacity, is perfect for bearing down on a task, and is easy to resharpen.
All this makes the Brawler an excellent utility knife. The Brawler’s handle is just as functional. The angled handle curves into the palm of the user’s hand. Jimping on the back of the blade offers additional traction. With the blade deployed, the flipper doubles as a finger guard and provides additional hand protection during knife use. For fast and easy one-handed opening, the Brawler is equipped with SpeedSafe®. Just pull back on the flipper and the SpeedSafe assisted opening system takes over, moving the blade out of the handle, ready for use.Sturdy glass-filled nylon handle scales, a secure locking liner, and our four-position pocketclip complete the package
Known as the troublemaker of the Greek pantheon, Eris was always stirring up jealousy. Now Kershaw’s Eris folder could do the same the first time you take it out of your pocket to show it off. Eris has a modified drop-point blade with an attractive top swedge and a substantial all-steel handle. Blade access is fast, easy, and one-handed thanks to SpeedSafe assisted opening. - A substantial knife, yet light enough for easy carry - 8Cr13MoV blade takes a sharp edge and is easy to re-sharpen when needed; two-tone blade finish is attractive, hides scratches - Contoured, stainless steel handle features attractive titanium carbo-nitride coating
- Easy, one-handed opening with SpeedSafe® assisted opening
The Static offers dynamic performance. With its cleaver-shaped blade, it excels at cutting, slicing, and chopping. The blade is sturdy, just under three inches, and features a slightly curved belly for even more versatility. The Static opens one-handed with KVT ball-bearings and a flipper. It’s stainless steel handle features angled machining that adds to the knife’s good looks and provides traction for a solid grip.
- Cleaver-style blade for top cutting performance
- 8Cr13MoV blade takes a sharp edge and is easy to re-sharpen when needed; stonewashed, brown PVD finish adds distinctive look, protects blade, hides use scratches
- Steel handle is machined for grip traction
- Manual, KVT ball-bearing opening for quick, easy opening with flipper
Kershaw Knives and Emerson Knives have joined forces on a series of knives that combine the precision engineering of Kershaw with Emerson's uncompromising functional design.
The CQC-4K features a drop-point blade for multi-purpose cutting capability. Black-oxide coating protects the blade and makes it non-reflective, too. A textured G10 front scale in coyote brown offers a secure grip. The handle back is stainless steel with black-oxide coating. For a safe and solid blade lock up, the CQC-4K has a frame lock.
The CQC-4K is a manual opener using either the thumb disk or the patented Emerson Wave Shaped Feature®. This opening feature enables the knife to be opened as it is removed from the pocket. By the time the knife has been fully withdrawn from the pocket, the blade is deployed and ready for use. A small wave-shaped tab on the top of the blade is built to catch on the pocket seam, opening the knife as it comes out of the pocket. This instant-open feature is a favorite among military, rescue, and law enforcement knife users.
The pocketclip is reversible for left- or right-handed carry.
You get the same versatile blade and handle style as the original Volt, but with a non-reflective black oxide blade coating, black handle scales, and black pocketclip. In fact, the only things that aren’t black on this new iteration of the Volt II are the wicked gleam of the Kershaw-sharp edge and the secure locking liner.
The Volt II opens one-handed and with an authoritative “twack” thanks to Kershaw’s SpeedSafe® assisted opening system. A simple pull back on the flipper and the Volt II opens smoothly and easily. We think you’ll appreciate the versatility of the Volt II’s slightly dropped point blade. This classic shape is just about perfect for any task you’ll want to ask it to do. Partial blade serration just extends the Volt II’s capabilities and makes it easy to whip through materials like cord, webbing, or rope.
For a secure grip and a solid, satisfying feel in the hand, the Volt II has finger contours on the handle, diamond-patterned, glass-filled nylon handles, and heavy jimping on the back of the blade. With its great look and versatility, the black Volt II is destined to become a permanent partner for your pocket. You may wonder how you ever did without it.