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April 22, 2021

Professional Tool Reviews for Pros


Manufacturer: Kershaw

Kershaw Reverb XL

Kershaw Reverb XL Folding Knife Review

Kershaw Reverb XL Increases Size, Shows Off Curves The Kershaw Reverb XL folding knife is a followup to the original Reverb with some extra size. This update is more than just a simple upsized clone, though. Pros Excellent value (~$30 online) Attractively subdued color combination Excellent slicing and piercing blade design Carabiner clip makes carrying […]

Kershaw XCOM Folding Knife 3425 Review

Kershaw XCOM Delivers a Classic Military Design in a Modern Folder The Kershaw XCOM 3425 by Les George centers on the classic design of a WWII trench knife wrapped into a folding design. If you’re like me and love links back to what made the Greatest Generation great, this is one worth taking a closer […]

Review8.4(out of 10)
Kershaw Seguin

Kershaw Seguin Folding Knife Review

Kershaw Seguin Traces its Roots Back to the 1800s The Kershaw Seguin is a Les George design tracing its roots back to the Texas Revolution in late 1835 to early 1836. Among many military achievements before and after, Juan Seguin accepted the formal surrender of Mexican forces at the Alamo as a representative of the […]

Review8.8(out of 10)
Kershaw Duojet Spring Assisted Knife Review

Kershaw Duojet Spring Assisted Knife Review

The Kershaw Duojet is one of the latest spring-assisted knives in their late 2018 lineup. From design to price, there are plenty of talking points, so let’s jump in. Pros Excellent value with current online prices Very attractive, sleek design Finger flipper and thumb stud opening appeals to both preferences Secure frame lock Cons Single […]

Review8.4(out of 10)
Kershaw Copper Natrix knife

Kershaw Natrix Carbon Fiber Folding Knife Review – Now in Copper!

Ever fall for a really good-looking girl who’s taken and then find out she has a sister that’s just as hot? That’s pretty much how I feel about the Kershaw Natrix Carbon Fiber. It’s inspired by the high-end Zero Tolerance 0770, and it is one sexy knife. If you’re into copper, Kershaw also introduced the […]

Review8.6(out of 10)
Kershaw Faultline 8760 Folding Knife Review

Kershaw Faultline 8760 Folding Knife Review

The first person to point out the Kershaw Faultline told me she’s irrationally in love with the knife. I took one look and agree completely. But is it really an irrational love? Or is it just a great design? Blade Design The Kershaw Faultline starts with the brand’s popular 8Cr13MoV blade steel. It’s a good […]

Review8.5(out of 10)
Kershaw Camp 10

Kershaw Camp 10 Tan Machete Review

What do camping and the zombie apocalypse have in common? In either case, you’ll appreciate having the Kershaw Camp 10 handy. Why? With the size and weight of the blade, you’ll be able to clear brush, make kindling, and possibly split the heads of the ravenous undead. Granted, this camping knife will probably find much […]

Review8.4(out of 10)
Kershaw Atmos

Kershaw Atmos Lightweight Folding Knife Review

As a fan and frequent user of pocket knives, I’ll admit that I’ve become a bit of a knife-snob over the years. It’s not that a lower-cost knife won’t do, but it becomes more of an issue surrounding the knife’s design, function, and quality that will make or break the deal for me. So, when […]

Review8.5(out of 10)
Kershaw Agile

Kershaw Agile Opens Up Options

Obviously, some knives use better quality materials, and some knives function better than others. But, does the knife I’m carrying cut what I need it to cut? Do the folding mechanisms feel like they can handle just a bit of abuse without falling apart? Is the knife comfortable in my pocket? Is the knife affordable? […]