Kershaw Launches Fraxion Folding Knife

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posted on April 16, 2017
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Custom knifemaker Jens Anso partnered with Kershaw to produce the new Fraxion folding knife, designed for easy everday carry with its slim, lightweight design.

The new Fraxion features a stainless-steel blade with the company's BlackWash finish, designed to enhance durability and aesthetics. The handle of the knife is constructed from G10 material and uses a carbon-fiber overlay to reinforce the knife and keep it lightweight. The knife weighs in at 1.9 ounces.

Other features of the Fraxion include a liner lock that keeps the blade secured while open. The blade features a clip point and a gradual curve aimed at improving the knife's slicing capabilities. Made from 8cR13MoV steel, the blade is designed to provide a long-lasting sharp edge for daily use. The knife also features a built-in flipper that allows for easy one-handed opening.

The knife comes with a pocket clip that is reversible for both right- and left-hand carry. The length of the blade on the knife is 2.75 inches, while the total open length is 6.75 inches. The suggested retail price on the new Kershaw Fraxion Folder is $49.99.

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