The Kershaw Nura is a Dmitry Sinkevich designed folder that uses the Kershaw’s KVT ball-bearing system for smooth, easy opening without a mechanical assist. It’s very well balanced and comfortable in the hand. The Nura handle design has a sleek, streamlined look and feel, while still feeling robust and durable. Both the blade and the handle are titanium carbo-nitride coated for a matte gray finish, while the handle flats have been sanded to provide a desirable satin finish. Great jimping and blade shape make this a great EDC knife that you won’t hesitate to use an abuse. See all details at www.knifecenter.com.
If you are looking for a good old fashion American made knife, a Case 125th Anniversary Smooth Olive Green Bone knife is just what your looking for. With eight traditional patterns to choose from anyone can find what they need in a size right for them. Each one is engraved with the anniversary logo on the handle and a celebratory stamp on the main blade’s tang, marking Case’s lifetime of achievements in American hand-crafting. See all eight right here at www.knifecenter.com.
The Kizer Ki412A3 is one unique looking knife that really has superior design characteristics. With this knife Kizer continues to show there irreplaceable craftsmanship which as been developed at an awesome price. Not only is the handle beautiful to look at, it fits in your hand perfectly and is made from high quality Titanium. If you’re looking for an every day carry knife with style and is also tough enough for any job you need it for, look no feather then the Ki412A3 folder or really any Kizer for that matter. Don’t let the stigma of ‘Made in China’ deter you, Kizer has among the best manufacturing quality and materials across their entire line as really any large name brand I can think of. Check out this new folder at www.knifecenter.com.
The design on the handle of the Kizer Ki4423 is a work of art…literally. The designer (Kim Ning) incorporated two important Ancient Chinese Symbols: “Ling Zi (Pheasant Tail)” and “Hui ZhuanLun (Gyroscopewheel)” inspired by a treasured Chinese sword. It has probably the smoothest opening action of any knife I’ve ever seen, probably because it is made entirely by hand. The fit, finish, buttery smooth action, razor sharpness, and materials are exactly what you look for in a knife twice this price. The new 4423 from Kizer is a knife you must handle to appreciate just how nice it really is, check it out at www.knifecenter.com.
This is a very nice folder with a top-of-the-line stonewashed S35VN stainless steel blade. The blue anodized titanium handle has a sturdy frame-lock and a custom finished surface texture which provides better than adequate grip. The design is set up with a tip-up carry pocket clip and comes with nylon belt sheath to protect it. The blade is very well balanced and I have found it to be extremely easy to open with one hand using the thumb stud. It’s a classic folding design with superb ergonomics and even better fit and finish. Pro-Tech really give Chris Reeve a run for his money when it comes to manufacturing quality – each knife is absolutely superb. Check them out at www.knifecenter.com.
Brand new from CRKT, the grooved pattern stainless steel handle makes the Cobia one beautiful knife. With the Outburst assist opening mechanism and tapered thumb stud, opening this knife is a breeze. Also includes a stainless steel, tip down carry pocket clip and simple dependable frame lock, both sleek and sturdy. This knife is a must see, so check it out at www.knifecenter.com.
Checking out the new carbon fiber handle on this Zero Tolerance 0770 model, you really get an appreciation for the simple aesthetic beauty of the knife. This strong, light weight design is just beautiful and is ergonomically comfortable in almost any hand. It opens lightning fast thanks to the SpeedSafe assist mechanism and the Elmax steel blade is among the best on the market. This is a must see knife you can find at www.knifecenter.com.
We went to the BLADE Show a couple weekends ago and picked up some amazing one-of-a-kind pieces. We were able to forge relationships with a number of new custom and mid-tech designers with some of the best products and reputations in the industry. From Mikkel Willumsen, David Curtiss, and Butch Ball, to Tim Britton, Anthony Griffin, and Duane Dwyer of Strider Knives, we’ve got some special pieces in here now and hopefully more to come. Most of these are one-off pieces but if you would like a specific model in a special configuration, please contact us via customer service support and we will get into contact with you to hash out the details. We’re very excited to bring these custom pieces to you, hope you are as well. Stay sharp! www.knifecenter.com