SMALL, BUT MIGHTY! It’s obvious why the new Launch 10 earned the nickname of “The Claw” at Kershaw HQ. It features an aggressive, hawkbill-style blade with angular planes on both blade spine and handles.
Light, airy, and lightning-fast, the Launch 11 is destined to be high on your Want List. It shares high-performance CPM-154 blade steel and an anodized aluminum handle with the rest of the Launch series.
Got an automatic attraction? Then look into Kershaw's Launch 1. This automatic knife features CPM154 blade steel, a strong opening kick, and is made-in-the-USA at Kershaw’s Tualatin, Oregon manufacturing facility.
The Camp 5 is a big, blade-forward Bowie-style knife that’s ready for your next adventure. This fixed-blade, full-tang knife is ideal for survival, camping, bushcrafting, or just about any outdoor activity.
The popular Kershaw Camp 10 machete has been widely praised for both value and durability. And while its original black-and-gray color scheme looks great in the field or in the backyard, Kershaw thought they'd try this favorite in a different color, too.
Do you flip? Do you want to flip? Then the Kershaw Lucha is for you. This is a high-quality butterfly knife that’s made in the USA. Next level materials include a 14C28N stainless steel blade and an all-steel handle.
Prefer your Kershaw-Emerson's on the larger side? Then we’ve got good news: the CQC-9K. It’s one of the biggest of the bunch and offers both maximum Emerson look-and-feel as well as maximum Kershaw build quality.