New Kershaw Spoke Knife

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posted on May 16, 2016
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The new Kershaw Spoke Small Knife has a two-inch blade and an overall length of 4.75 inches, so it takes up just as much room in your pocket as those tangled headphones, yet it’s still just as useful as its larger counterparts.

Despite the small blade size, it offers plenty of cutting surface. It opens quickly and easily due to Kershaw’s SpeedSafe; a task that some might have thought would have been difficult for a knife so compact. The flipper of the Spoke doubles as a finger guard when the blade is opened, the steel handle has a textured pattern for a confident grip and the liner lock moves into position behind the blade to securely lock it open. The black-oxide coating is like a fancy little tuxedo, making the Kershaw Spoke one good-looking knife.

For more information and a full specs list on the Kershaw Spoke, visit their website today.

MSRP: $27.99

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