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Kershaw Method

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The search for the ideal pocket knife can be a long road. It’s hard to find something that balances looks, durability, and functionality. The Method by Kershaw checks all those boxes, resulting in a rugged knife that functions as great as it looks. The design is a collaboration between Kershaw and famed Danish knife maker Jens Ansø. You can see some of his signature design cues like a beefy backspacer and streamlined blade design. That’s not all that makes this knife special, though. The features packed in this EDC knife punch well above their weight.

The handles are crafted from machined G10 for extra grip and a unique textured look with patterning inspired by architectural trusses. In hand, the Method feels secure to grip and substantial without feeling heavy at just 2.1 oz. The 8Cr13MoV steel blade features a blackwashed finish that gives the knife a low-profile look. The 3-inch, manual flipper blade deploys with an action so smooth you could confuse it for an assisted knife thanks to Kershaw's KVT ball-bearing system. Once open, the knife stays in place with a sturdy liner lock system that's actually inset to achieve a slimmer handle. There’s also a backspacer for a lanyard attachment, and a sturdy pocket clip on the right side.

The Kershaw Method can be yours for a just under forty bucks. It’s a reasonable asking price for a handsome knife that’s packed full of features. Hit the link below to add one to your collection.

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