The Cryo has been one of the most popular new Kershaw knives to be released in a decade, and they have continued to expand the offering with new sizes and handle materials. This version is probably the best suited for a real-world EDC of any they have made to date! The Kershaw Cryo, designed by Rick Hinderer, is one of Kershaw’s best-selling knives. And now it’s available with one of our customers’ most-asked-for modifications: a G-10 front scale. This new Cryo not only looks good, it also offers the extra grip some of you have been asking for. The G-10 scale also lightens the overall weight of this very practical knife. The Cryo was the result of collaboration between Rick Hinderer and the design and production engineers at Kershaw. It’s designed to satisfy users’ craving for a Hinderer knife, but at a price that meets the demands of their wallets. The original Cryo (model 1555TI) was selected as a Blade Show “Best Buy” and as Men’s Journal Approved Gear. Like all Cryos, the G-10-handled Cryo is equipped with SpeedSafe assisted opening for smooth and easy one-handed opening. Access it with the built-in flipper or thumbstud. The blade steel is heat treated to Kershaw’s exacting standards. The handle has a G-10 front scale with a stainless steel back. A sturdy frame lock secures the blade open during use and a Hinderer lockbar stabilizer ensures the lock doesn’t over-extend. The new Cryo G-10 is equipped with a four-position deep-carry pocketclip for maximum carry flexibility and discretion. Go see it at www.knifecenter.com
Three great knives based on one of Spyderco’s most popular and time proven designs – the Delica 4 Lightweight. In its standard configuration, the Delica features a 2-7/8″ VG10 stainless steel blade. The Kahr Arms version have a shorter 2-1/2″ blade with a reverse tanto-ish sort of blade for added strength toward the tip. To further enhance the Kahr Delica’s discreet image, it is available with a choice of three different handle colors: black, khaki and denim blue to match your daily attire and each comes with a four-position clip for you’re preferred carry style. Check out these cool new knives at www.knifecenter.com.
What are you carrying today? I got my Spyderco Delica4.
While they last! Click Here.
I love the feel of this knife, with its grooved, contoured handle and thumb ramp, it just feels very natural in the hand. The flared guard protects both the index finger and thumb while providing ample purchase even without jimping. Opens very smoothly and the linerlock keeps the blade in snugly in place while still being easy to disengage. With the button snap Nylon sheath it can be carried both vertically and horizontally, making this a great knife for every day carry. Check out this new Maserin design at www.knifecenter.com. Continue Reading
These finally arrived after a 7 month wait!
There are many pocketknives and multitools designed in a credit card shape, and supposedly meant to be kept in your wallet. But most of these knives are a little bit too bulky to actually fit in the credit card pockets of your wallet.
Not so with the Iain Sinclair CardSharp. The CardSharp utilizes a creative and unique folding method to allow the knife to maintain a much smaller profile. This pocket knife easily fits into the same space as a couple of credit cards. The secret is the almost-one-piece design; the knife lacks the liners and pins that add to the thickness and weight of a normal pocket knife. Additionally, once fully deployed, there are no concerns about the knife closing when you do not want it to.
See these knives at www.knifecenter.com
More information from the manufacturer: Continue Reading
Nobody delivers better tactical folders for less than 15 bucks than Smith & Wesson and these new Special Tacticals are no exception to that rule! These knives are available with steel handles in a satin finish or urban camo with tanto blades, and with plain or combo edges. You can see all of them at www.knifecenter.com or check out other products by Smith & Wesson.
Swiss Army Huntsman and Spartan with Hardwood Handles
Red handle Swiss Army Knives are classic and very well made and very reasonably priced. These new models are still reasonably priced and well made, but they have very cool wood handles. They’re still lightweight and priced in the 20′s. You can see both new models at www.knifecenter.com
Swiss Army offers the following description of the Spartan Model: Continue Reading