A Cutting-edge Collaboration

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posted on April 26, 2014
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Kershaw has long been known for its precision-crafted knives, while the Emerson brand has developed a long-standing reputation among knife enthusiasts for high-quality designs and uncompromising performance.

The resultant partnership has led to a new line of Kershaw offerings inspired by some of Emerson well-known creations. By being able to offer Emerson-inspired knives at a significantly lower price point without sacrificing craftsmanship or quality consumers have come to expect, Emerson knives will now be available to a larger audience, at a lower price. Case in point (no pun intended) MSRP on the CQC-8K shown above is $59.99.

Best of all, each model includes the "Emerson wave", which enables the user to open the knife at it is withdrawn from their pocket.

Whether you're knife collector or looking for a new blade to supplement your carry gear, you can't go wrong with the tactically oriented teamwork.

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