Designed by revolutionary knife designer Jens Ansø, the Kershaw Method is rugged pocket knife that carries with it a sleek and gentlemanly aesthetic. This blade is of particular interest because of its affordability, making it the one of the few Ansø-designed tools that is meant for the average consumer. Ansø's previous pieces have received high praise from tool designers, but have come with a rather high price tag. The Kershaw Method however, was created alongside Kershaw to provide a stunning knife at an affordable price point.
The Kershaw Method comes with a 3" 8Cr13MoV black oxide-coated blade and is operated with Kershaw's signature ball-bearing flipping mechanism. The handle, and housing for the blade when closed, is made of G10 and features a unique design reminiscent of an architectural truss. A custom backspacer makes a striking addition to the back of the grip and also functions as a lanyard hole for easy carry. The blade itself is quite slim, with a sweeping underbelly and a top wedge adds a nice visual touch.
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