Kershaw Shuffle II

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Kershaw’s popular EDC folder, the Shuffle, got updated with some great user-friendly improvements. The Shuffle II closely resembles the original, but it’s a bit longer for a more comfortable feel in hand. The old exposed bottle opener/screwdriver design would dig into your hand, so it was completely revamped for the sake of comfort too. Other changes include a new textured handle replacing the old repeating Kershaw pattern. Not only does it add a bit of a tactical look, but it also provides significantly more grip. Adding to that look is its blackwash tanto blade. Its shape gives extra strength behind piercing work and handles slicing tasks with ease. This affordable workhorse’s new look and improved ergonomics make it an even better option for your next EDC knife.


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