Kershaw Clash

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Serrated and plain edge knives are each handy in their own way, but why should you have to choose between them? The Kershaw Clash offers the best of both worlds thanks to its partially serrated blade, letting you decide which one is best for the job.

The blade is made of 8Cr13MoV steel with a black-oxide coating that not only gives it a stealthy appearance, but helps protect it from corrosion as well. You can use the straight edge half of the blade to easily slice through packaging or make precision cuts. The heel of the blade features serrated steel that's better suited for tougher materials like rope or cardboard. The handle has a deep choil for your first finger that allows for a much stronger grip. That ergonomic design can be helpful since cutting through harder materials can be rough on your hands.

The Clash features Kershaw’s SpeedSafe assisted opening combined with a flipper design for quick, easy access to your blade. It measures in at 4.25 inches when closed, and if that wasn’t compelling enough for EDC, it also has a tip-up or tip-down pocket clip. If you’re looking for a tried-and-true EDC that’s like two knives for the price of one, pick up the Kershaw Clash at the link below.

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The combination of serrations and plain edge is becoming the next best thing in edc knives. I own Leatherman cx 33, which combines the two and extremely satisfied (also a US made)
I always found that there serrations o this knife were too small to make them really useful. I much prefer the Gerber Gator Serrated because there was a longer serrated section.