Blade Length 3.375
Overall Length 8.25
Closed Length 4.75
Weight (oz) 2.4
Source Previously owned
Knife Type Reversible Clip, Tip Up Carry, Tip Up Clip
Blade Material CPM154
Blade Details Spear Point
Handle Material Carbon Fiber, Metallic
About the Maker
Matt Diskin's training as a CNC machinist shows through in his knives. Each knife is a carefully tuned precision work of art. Though Matt focuses most of his work on automatics, he also makes traditional folding and fixed blade knives. He's studied with some of the best, including Butch Vallotton, Mastersmith Steve Schwarzer and Mastersmith Bill Moran (deceased). He uses steels including ATS-34, 1084, 15N20, O-6 and D-2. Matt is co-founder of Volcan Knives, a production knife company.
Kershaw was founded in 1974 to design and manufacture tools that knife users would be proud to own, carry, and use. This has meant that every Kershaw knife must be of the highest quality. Whether it’s a hardworking pocketknife, a hunting knife, or a special collectors’ edition, Kershaw always chooses appropriate, high-quality materials and is dedicated to intensive craftsmanship. Along with extremely tight tolerances and state-of-the-art manufacturing techniques, this ensures that Kershaw knives provide a lifetime of performance. Kershaw pioneered the use of many of the technologies and advanced materials that are today standard in the knife industry. Our SpeedSafe assisted opening knives were first-to-market. We introduced the concept of knives with interchangeable blades in our Blade Traders. Recently, our Composite Blade technology, which combines two steels into one blade, gives knife users the best of both worlds by enabling us to use steel known for edge retention on the edge and steel known for strength on the spine. And we will keep on innovating, bringing new and better technologies and materials to today's knifemaking industry and knife-using public.