Nataliya Grebenschikova (grebenschikova) wrote,
Nataliya Grebenschikova

SHOT Show 2019. Новинки. Kershaw.

 Сегодня мы с вами посмотрим на новинки, представленные в Лас-Вегасе на #SHOTShow2019 на стенде Kershaw - ZT.

Точнее, сегодня о Кершах. Потому что новинок не один десяток.

Мне больше всего понравились эти:


И больше информации :

Kershaw 1025CU

The original Kershaw Cinder proved to be a popular, "non-scary" knife  that fit easily on keychains. Now, this copper variation adds a whole new flavor to this small, but dependable Kershaw.
Designed by custom knifemaker Rick Hinderer, the Cinder is the ultimate box cutter and a handy tool for many other cutting tasks. Its convenient size makes it a great knife to keep almost anywhere -- on a keychain, in a pack, at home, or in the car. And when you do need it, this simple Kershaw opens manually with a thumb stud and locks into place with a liner lock. This exposed liner lock includes several cutouts that match the lines on the textured handle.
Copper handle scales deliver a fresh look to the Cinder. This material is heftier than stainless steel or glass-filled nylon, but because the Cinder is so small, the extra weight is hardly noticeable. This new Kershaw weighs about half an ounce more than the original. And users will especially enjoy the handle after it develops an attractive patina over time.
The handle pairs nicely with the 1.4-inch stonewashed blade. A blade of this size is sometimes thought to be too small for cutting. But Hinderer and Kershaw added an upswept tip, which puts the edge at a convenient position for cutting work. Those with larger hands may also have concerns, but users can choke up on the knife past the pivot point, enabling an effective three- finger grip.
For multi-functionality, a bottle opener is available on the back end. A large lanyard hole is also included, making it easy to slip the Cinder onto a keychain. It's small, it's light – but the Cinder packs more punch than you might expect. A new copper finish is just icing on the cake.
Steel: 3Cr13, stonewashed finish
Handle: Copper
Mechanism: Liner lock, manual opening
Blade: 1.4 in. (3.6 cm)
Closed: 2.6 in. (6.6 cm)
Weight: 1.5 oz. (43 g)
MSRP: $30

The Epistle is a NEW Slim, Modern Carry from Kershaw
Smaller size, lighter weight make the knife an ideal pocket carry
Sleek, aluminum handle adds to overall elegant design -
Kershaw 2131

Pockets have limited space, and with so many items to take on the go, it's sometimes necessary to be picky. That's where the new Epistle comes in. This Kershaw gives users a convenient carry that's light in the pocket and ready for cutting work. Oh, and it brings a whole new style to your gear.
One of the Epistle's main aesthetic appeals comes from its sleek aluminum scale. The handle is finished with a clear anodizing, a neutral shade that matches well with various clothes and carry items. It also feels smooth and comfortable in the hand. A decorative pivot cap adds a hint of a texture for your thumb.
To access the blade, use the thumb stud for manual opening. Either flick the thumb stud, or treat it as a traditional pocketknife by slowly moving the blade into position. Either way, users can access a 3-inch blade, a significant cutting edge for a knife of this size and weight.
The drop-point blade can easily handle box cutting, letter opening, and most other cutting tasks. Its 8Cr13MoV blade steel is a good, mid-range option that's also easy to sharpen. A bead-blasted blade finish creates a matte look that complements the handle and pivot well.
To get the knife down to an impressive 2.1 ounces, Kershaw designers included several areas of weight relief. Much of the spine features an open construction that shreds weight and provides easy cleaning. A textured backspacer covers the rest of the handle. On the back handle, a single-position pocketclip slides easily in the pocket. It includes two cutouts that bring a custom-like quality to the design. Combined with its light aluminum handle, it's easy to forget about the Epistle during everyday carry – until you need it. Then, this Kershaw will be ready for anything.
Steel: 8Cr13MoV, bead-blasted finish
Handle: Aluminum, clear-anodized finish
Mechanism: Inset liner lock, manual opening
Blade: 3 in. (7.8cm)
Closed: 4 in. (10 cm)
Weight: 2.1 oz. (60 g)
MSRP: $45

NEW Kershaw XCOM Reporting for Duty in 2019
An affordable, dagger-style folding knife
Multiple carry options include reversible pocketclip and lanyard hole.
Kershaw 3425

Military knives look cool, cut well, and have a lot of history behind them. But they tend to be inconvenient and bulky for personal use. The Kershaw XCOM addresses this, adding modern, everyday carry options to a classic design. Custom knifemaker Les George based this Kershaw on U.S. trench knives from World War II.
And like the fighting knives of the past, the XCOM features a symmetrical, spear-point blade that's great for piercing and cutting. A bayonet grind adds to this old-school theme. Some may be concerned about legality, but Kershaw kept this in mind.
The 8Cr13MoV blade is only sharpened on one side, making it safer and easier to close – and making it legal in more areas (check local laws to be sure). At the same time, the 3.6-inch blade remains an effective cutting tool. Just use the thumb disk to flick the blade open with authority.
Users will enjoy the simple, comfortable handle that fits well in many hand sizes. Made of glass-filled nylon, the XCOM's grooved scale feels good in the hand while working. The handle also incorporates a hand guard near the blade, which helps prevent slipping. Exposed liner on the spine adds jimping for greater control.
The XCOM offers a couple different carry options. A reversible, deep-carry pocket clip is useful if you don't want to draw too much attention. Or, throw on some paracord with the included lanyard hole to help your knife stand out.
Depending on the situation, this folding dagger-style knife can either be noticeable or stealthy.
And when duty calls, the versatile XCOM is ready for work.
Steel: 8Cr13MoV, black-oxide coating
Handle: Glass-filled nylon
Mechanism: Inset liner lock, manual opening
Blade: 3.6 in. (9.2 cm)
Closed: 4.4 in. (11.4 cm)
Weight: 4.2 oz. (120 g)
MSRP: $45

Go to Work in Style with the NEW Boilermaker from Kershaw
Criss-cross handle construction creates a unique look
Designed by custom knifemaker Les George
Kershaw 3475

Boilermakers are known for their skilled craftsmanship when it comes to metal. Likewise, Kershaw and Les George have created a stainless steel folder that performs well in the hands of any tradesman — and anyone else who wants a distinctive pocketknife. Not only that, but it features an architectural design that's sure to draw a double take.
The criss-cross, open handle construction instantly stands out. It was inspired by supporting structures, like beams on a bridge. Not only does it look distinct, but it also helps relieve weight. An open cutout can also be found near the front of the handle. Inside, a careful eye will spot the Kershaw logo on the back handle scale. Normally, the logo is found on the blade. But in this case, the stonewashed blade is totally clean.
Like the handle, the 8Cr13MoV blade was finished with a brown PVD coating, then stonewashed. Its 3.3-inch cutting edge will make quick work of boxes, rope, and other items. Weighing in at 4.4 ounces, the Kershaw feels solid in the hand whenever you use it for work. Jimping on the spine keeps the thumb from slipping while cutting.
The hand also rests on a decorative backspacer, which features another interesting, diagonal-pattern design. But it also serves a function. Most pocketclips are secured with screws. And the Boilermaker's deep-carry pocketclip is no exception. But this clip is anchored in an internal pocket, secured with the backspacer screws underneath the handle. This means that screws won't get in the way when sliding the knife in the pocket.
Each part of the Boilermaker works together in both form and function. But, most importantly, it will work for you. Be sure to add this 2019 Kershaw to your gear for a lifetime of service.
Steel: 8Cr13MoV, brown PVD coating, stonewashed finish
Handle: Stainless steel, brown PVD coating, stonewashed finish
Mechanism: Frame lock, SpeedSafe assisted opening with flipper
Blade: 3.3 in. (8.5 cm)
Closed: 4.25 in. (10.8 cm)
Weight: 4.4 oz. (127 g)
MSRP: $60

Kershaw and Les George Team Up to Create the NEW Seguin
Classic Les George design features clean, practical design
Deep-carry clip makes Seguin virtually disappear in pocket
Kershaw 3490

When it comes to Les George designs, functionality is the first priority.
The same is true for the new Seguin, which was named after Texas Revolution figure Juan Seguin.
It's also everything knife enthusiasts have come to expect from Les' knives and more.
At nearly 5 ounces, the Kershaw feels solid in-hand. Its durable stainless steel handle holds up well in a variety of working conditions. Open the knife with its substantial flipper. The SpeedSafe® assisted mechanism causes the blade to deploy with authority. Added jimping makes it even easier to operate the flipper, letting users get to work faster.
Once open, the Seguin's blade is primed for cutting work. The 3.1-inch blade profile is a good, mid-sized option for a variety of cutting tasks. Its 8Cr13MoV steel takes a mean edge and is easy to sharpen. Les also included his classic rounded index finger contour for greater blade control.
While the Seguin includes some pretty aggressive features, several elegant additions also stand out. The handle's machined texture immediately catches the eye, both on the show side and the back handle scale. More line texturing can be found on the aluminum backspacer, creating an attractive, uniform appearance.
Under the backspacer, a pocket clip rests in the tip-up position. The end of the clip wraps around into an internal pocket, where it's secured with the backspacer screws. This means that the knife slides easily into a deep-carry position, without any screws obstructing the path to the pocket.
Finally, a decorative backspacer rounds things out, bridging the gap between elegance and performance. All of these features add up to another Les George winner in the Kershaw lineup.
Steel: 8Cr13MoV, gray PVD coating
Handle: Stainless steel, bead-blasted finish
Mechanism: Frame lock, SpeedSafe assisted opening with flipper
Blade: 3.1 in. (8 cm)
Closed: 4.25 in. (10.8 cm)
Weight: 4.9 oz. (139 g)
MSRP: $60

Slightly Wicked, All Automatic
New Launch 8 features stiletto styling
From Kershaw & Matt Diskin
Kershaw 7150

Kershaw’s slimmest automatic yet is slated for 2019. Inspired by the look of classic Italian stilettos, the new Launch 8 modernizes this traditional design for a new generation of knife enthusiasts.
The Launch 8 features the sleek, symmetrical lines of a stiletto in a push-button knife that’s lightweight—only 2.4 ounces—and easy-to-carry. The blade is CPM 154 with a stonewashed finish. This powdered metallurgy steel has a more uniform distribution of carbides, so it takes and holds an excellent edge. It also offers good corrosion resistance, wear resistance, and toughness. The slim blade is sharpened on one side, and it has a deep top grind to lighten weight and add stiletto style.
The handle is gray anodized aluminum with a handsome carbon fiber insert. To maintain the Launch 8’s symmetrical look, the pivot is sunk deep in the handle and covered by an attractive carbon fiber insert. Integrated finger guards on both top and bottom of the handle keep fingers away from danger.
The Launch 8 has a reversible pocketclip (right/left, tip-up) for convenient carry.
Due to the many and varied Federal and State laws that govern the purchase, owning, and transportation of automatic knives, Kershaw Automatics will be sold only through authorized Kershaw dealers.

Steel: CPM 154, stonewashed finish
Handle: 6061-T6 aluminum, gray anodized, carbon fiber front insert
Mechanism: Push-button automatic folder
Blade: 3.5 in. (9 cm)
Closed: 4.75 in. (12.2 cm)
Weight: 2.4 oz. (89 g)
MSRP: $160

A Smaller Automatic with Style
•  1.8-inch blade, integrated backspacer
•  A Kershaw Originals design

Kershaw 7250

The popularity of Kershaw’s Launch 4 has, in turn, launched several new smaller automatics for 2019.
This one is the Launch 9. And while it may look like a smaller version of our best-selling Launch 2, the Launch 9 has its own special appeal. Its compact size makes it easy to carry—and appropriate in a variety of situations where you wouldn’t want to pull out a more aggressive-looking knife. It offers a refined look; almost a gentleman’s automatic.
But only “almost.” The Launch 9’s drop-point blade is CPM 154 with a “working” finish. This finish is somewhat rougher than stonewashed, meant to easily hide the scuffs and scratches that a working knife earns as it does its job. CPM 154 steel takes and holds an excellent edge, offers good corrosion resistance, wear resistance, and toughness.
Like the rest of the Launch series, the Launch 9’s handle is anodized aluminum. In this case, it’s anodized in basic matte black for everyday good looks. A push-button on the handle opens the knife quickly. Push the button again to release the blade to fold it back into the handle.
The Launch 9 features an integrated backspacer with a lanyard hole—perfect for a paracord attachment—and a reversible (left/right, tip-up) pocketclip.
Due to the many and varied Federal and State laws that govern the purchase, owning, and transportation of automatic knives, Kershaw Automatics will be sold only through authorized Kershaw dealers.

Steel: CPM 154, working finish
Handle: 6061-T6 aluminum, black anodized
Mechanism: Push-button automatic folder
Blade: 1.8 in. (4.6 cm)
Closed: 3.25 in. (8.3 cm)
Weight: 1.5 oz. (45 g)
MSRP: $140

“The Claw”—or the Most BA Boxcutter Ever?
1.9-inch blade, integrated backspacer
A Kershaw Originals design
Kershaw 7350

It’s obvious why the new Launch 10 earned the nickname of “The Claw” here at Kershaw HQ. It features an aggressive, hawkbill-style blade with angular planes on both blade spine and handle.
Yet even with all that angularity, the Launch 10 is comfortable to carry, hold, and use. And yes, the curved blade and positioning of the razor-sharp tip make it especially handy when opening or breaking down boxes. Rope or cording is also easily mastered with the superb pull-cutting capabilities of the Launch 10.
The curved blade is made of CPM 154 steel with a stonewashed finish. CPM 154 takes and holds an excellent edge, offers good corrosion resistance, wear resistance, and toughness. And while the claw-shaped blade curves downward, the handle—built of strong-yet-lightweight anodized aluminum—sweeps up. This balances the overall look of the knife and provides a secure grip.
The integrated backspacer includes a large lanyard hole and the Launch 10’s deep-carry pocketclip is left/right reversible (tip-up). A push-button on the handle opens the knife quickly. Just push the button again to release the blade and fold it back into the handle.
Due to the many and varied Federal and State laws that govern the purchase, owning, and transportation of automatic knives, Kershaw Automatics will be sold only through authorized Kershaw dealers.

Steel: CPM 154, working finish
Handle: 6061-T6 aluminum, gray anodized
Mechanism: Push-button automatic folder
Blade: 1.9 in. (4.8 cm)
Closed: 3.2 in. (8.1 cm)
Weight: 1.7 oz. (51 g)
MSRP: $150

NEW Antic is the Next Evolution in the Shuffle series
Oversized key ring works well as lanyard attachment
Includes flat head screwdriver/pry bar and bottle opener
Kershaw 8710

Many knife users are familiar with Kershaw's Shuffle series, which features small, multi-purpose knives that are great for everyday use. The Antic is the latest take on that idea, offering something a little different than its siblings.
The first thing you'll notice is an oversized key ring. This striking addition attaches to a keychain, or it can serve as a lanyard attachment. But besides carrying options, the ring can also be used to enhance ergonomics. Just wrap your pinkie around it to achieve a karambit-style grip. Karambit knives are usually very aggressive self-defense tools. But with the Antic, you can enjoy this knife style in a casual, pocket friendly format.
And unlike a strictly self-defense knife, the Antic gives users a variety of other tools. A flat head screwdriver can be found on the end of the key ring. It also double-functions as a mini-pry bar. At first glance, you might think this is the only multi-functionality offered. But a cleverly-placed bottle opener was included underneath the end of the handle scale. This unobtrusive opener doesn't interrupt grip or poke your your leg while carrying. And most importantly, it works very well.
Of course, the blade is essential to any knife. And yet again, the Antic delivers. For a small knife, the Kershaw offers plenty of belly for cutting tasks. It works as the ultimate box cutter that you can throw in your pocket. And at just 3.1 ounces, it's a very comfortable carry.
Aesthetically, the Antic is a standout knife in the Shuffle family. A stainless steel handle is finished with an attractive navy blue PVD coating. Not too bland and not too flashy, the Antic is pleasing to the eye. And best of all, it can be yours at an affordable price. Add the Antic to your collection, however you choose to carry it.

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