The 2012 BLADE Show in Atlanta is currently underway with hundreds of knife manufacturers and knifemakers showing off their best and newest knives.
Once the event wraps up, we’ll have much more on the winners of the Knife of the Year Awards and some peeks at the newest knives, but in advance of the BLADE Show, Kershaw Knives released renderings of a new set of Camp knives: the Camp 10, Camp 14 and Camp 18.
The Camps are an update of the old Kershaw Outcast series, which was in need of some major improvements.
Much more information has come out about the 10-inch Camp than the other two. It will have a carbon steel blade powder coat and weigh one pound and three ounces. The MSRP over at Kershaw’s website sets the price at a cool $64.95. The knives still aren’t available on the market yet.
As for the Camp 14 and 18, so named for the size of their blades in inches, they will probably be made from similar steel and offer the same features, like the rubber overmold over the full tag.
An interesting feature of these knives is the front and rear lanyard holes that allow for versatility in the way you carry it.
Kershaw should be showing off these beauties at the BLADE Show this weekend and provide more information on sheaths.