Bareknuckle

Giveaway: Win a Kershaw Bareknuckle and Accessories Kit!

Update: Congrats to Andrew K., winner of this giveaway! Thanks to everyone who participated, and stay tuned for more chances to win gear here on Everyday Carry.

Who else loves free EDC gear? This week, we're hooking up one lucky reader with a sleek, lightweight Kershaw knife inspired by a classic, heavyweight design. The Kershaw Bareknuckle in a new Olive & BlackWash colorway puts together the best parts of the Zero Tolerance 0777 it's based on and Kershaw's user-friendly features, giving you a made-in-the-USA knife with a storied past and solid performance to last. It's your chance to win one—along with a nice set of functional gear and accessories—with this giveaway, brought to you by our sponsor, Kershaw.

Kershaw Bareknuckle

Iconic gear often comes with a story, and the Kershaw Bareknuckle comes with a good one. Inspired by the original Zero Tolerance 0777, the Bareknuckle takes the original acclaimed design and gives it a sleeker, lightweight profile with excellent materials and a price that won't break the bank. It puts together the best parts of the 0777 and Kershaw's user-friendly features, giving you a made-in-the-USA knife with a storied past and solid performance to last.

Just like the original, the Bareknuckle's 3.5” blade is a beast. Made from Sandvik 14C28N, the steel was developed as a partnership between Kershaw and Sandvik to produce a high-performance, high-resistance steel that can be hardened to 58-60 Rockwell. This gives it a considerably longer edge longevity compared to most steels, which comes in handy as a blade designed for cutting with its long, sweeping belly in a modified, upswept sheepsfoot shape. Deployment comes from a manual flipper tab, utilizing Kershaw's KVT ball-bearing system and rotating on an eye-catching, oversized pivot.

The Bareknuckle's anodized aluminum handles sports its second key feature—Kershaw's Sub-Frame lock. One side of the handles is fitted with a steel plate integral to the frame that moves behind the blade to lock it into position during use. It allows for an extremely secure lock while maintaining a light weight; crucial for larger knives like the Bareknuckle so they don't weigh you down as an EDC blade. A reversible, deep-carry clip rounds out the knife's handles, ensuring ambidextrous carry and use for any cutting task.

The Bareknuckle carries with it a legendary history, but it's more than ready to carve out its own. Pick up Kershaw's new high-performance, made in the USA EDC knife at the link below.

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