Coleman Single Blade Folding Knives

Coleman Single Blade Folding Knives
4.5
4905

Great knife as always from Kershaw. Smooth feel in hand and opens fast and smooth. You can't go wrong with Kershaw but this one is perfect size and shape.

I always keep this knife with me! It's extremely durable and the blade always stays sharp. It's great for everyday use and it's the perfect size

I have had this knife for almost four years now and it's still my favorite. I use it as my daily carry and it has held up wonderfully. The blade keeps an edge wonderfully and the assisted opening is very strong. I have never had any problems with this knife. I would (and do) recommend this to anyone looking for a tough EDC knife that will last.

I bought this as a gift for my boyfriend and he loves it. He said he had not seen one like it. JUST PERFECT!

Great knife. Wicked sharp. Easy ambidextrous opening. Nice blade shape. Comfortable, non-slip handle. Excellent, secure locking mechanism. One of my favorites.

Great knife! Extremely sharp and holds edge very well another great knife by Gerber.

Smooth action, beautiful blade design and very well built with no blade play.

The knives I ordered were excellent. The product is high quality and the personalization looked great, and read exactly what I wanted. The items shipped quickly, and I got them in time for Christmas. I gave one to both my father and my husband, and they were thrilled. My husband carries it everyday and loves showing it off to his friends.

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