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Let's get it out of the way: the Kershaw Fatback does not actually have a fat back. The knife is actually long, thin, and light at a little over 4 inches closed and weighing under 4 ounces. What the name references instead is the heavy texturing on the glass-filled nylon scales that give the best handle on its substantial 3.5” modified drop point blade. Its shape makes it ideal for general slicing and piercing tasks, while its black oxide-coated 8Cr13MoV steel composition provides solid edge retention and corrosion resistance. The Fatback also comes with Kershaw's standard set of flipper features, including SpeedSafe-assisted opening, a steel liner lock, and a reversible, deep carry pocket clip. If you need and EDC blade that's slim in profile but heavy in features, pick up a Kershaw Fatback for yourself at the link below.
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