Kershaw Static

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Kershaw Static

Does your knife have the chops for EDC? Chances are good if it's one of the increasingly popular "pocket cleaver" EDC knives, like the new Kershaw Static. Kershaw's take on this utility-oriented knife features the chopping prowess you'd expect from a cleaver-style blade. It's also fitted with the right modern EDC knife conveniences to bring it off of the chopping block and into your pocket for a unique and versatile daily carry.

The Static's blade steals the show on this knife, sporting a cleaver-style shape with a slight belly for added versatility. At 2.8" long, it provides enough cutting edge for chopping and slicing without being unwieldy. Generous jimping on the spine of the blade ensures control over precision work when you're not chopping away. The Static's 8Cr13MoV blade steel offers respectable edge retention and easy maintenance while keeping the knife affordable. Unlike many other pocket cleaver knives, the Static deploys rather quickly thanks to a rear flipper tab and Kershaw's KVT ball-bearing opening. Once open, the beefy blade locks up solidly into a frame lock.

The Static's handle follows the blade's high-performance, no-frills design language with an emphasis on durability and grip. The knife features high-traction, angular patterning machined into its PVD-coated stainless steel handle for a secure grip. Last but not least, its included clip rides deep in the pocket for discreet carry. Grab this pocket cleaver for your EDC at the link below.

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At a paltry 135g it's far too light to be having any pretensions towards cleaverhood. It barely makes it as a knife.