Some knives are only meant to be used in the outdoors and others are only meant to be used for opening envelopes. The Badass Knife of the Week knows no limits.

The Kershaw Reverb is the kind of knife you can take anywhere. It’s light enough to be taken backpacking, versatile enough to be used for everyday tasks, and reliable enough to be used around the campsite.

Here is a video review from DT Axe and Tool:

It all starts with the futuristic design. The two-tone blade is 2.5 inches and made from 8Cr13MoV stainless steel, known as a capable alloy that’s easy to sharpen. The gray PVD coating along the grind offers the steel extra protection from the elements.

Unlike most modern knives, the Reverb ditches the high-tech opening mechanisms and flipper tabs for a large machined recess that allows for quick one-handed opening. A frame lock keeps the blade securely engaged.

Of course, that’s not the only thing that makes this knife so adaptable. The front side of the handle features G-10 with a carbon fiber overlay that gives it a sexy look and increases grip retention.

Built into the back of the handle is a carabiner clip that makes it easy to attach to a backpack or harness for quick access. If that’s not needed at the time, a deep carry pocket clip allows for discreet carry wherever you go.

Embrace the modern look of this folder, and you’ll feel the effects of the knife reverberate throughout your life.

For more information on this Badass Knife of the Week, check out the product page for the Kershaw Reverb.