This week’s steal comes to us from Kizer Cutlery, the Ki3411A2 Klecker folder. Kizer has become known for providing low-cost production knives that are built using high quality materials with excellent fit and finish, and this model is no exception.
Designed in collaboration with knifemaker Glenn Klecker, this is a pretty unique-looking piece. The G-10 handles have a cool machined appearance, and the very heavy texture gives you a lot to grab onto. This knife actually has a titanium liner lock too, which is pretty remarkable for the price-point. There’s a lot of good jimping around the handle and up here on the spine, making for a really comfortable and confident all-around hold.
Blade is deployed via the thumb stud, and it swings out smoothly and easily. Again we’re looking at some impressive materials here, with an S35VN stainless steel blade that comes in at 2.5″.
The titanium pocket clip allows for a secure, comfortable carry. It comes attached in a tip-down position, but there’s a slot enabling you to switch it to tip-up if you prefer. There’s also a lanyard slot on this model.
Overall, the Ki3411A2 Klecker folder from Kizer Cutlery is a great entry-level EDC-style folder boasting some top-notch craftsmanship. To see more about this knife, click here. To see our full inventory, visit knifecenter.com