Kershaw Dividend

Kershaw releases two new folding pocket knives

Kershaw Dividend

TUALATIN, OREGON—The success of Kershaw’s Link series of made-in-the-USA knives has yielded a Dividend. Two, as a matter of fact.
 
For 2017, Kershaw introduces the Dividend. It’s proudly made in the USA in our Tualatin, Oregon factory, yet still built at a very affordable price.
 
While the Link is a larger, burlier knife, some users prefer a slimmer blade. The Dividend is made for them. Not too big, not too small, in fact, the Dividend is an ideal pocket carry.
The elegant drop-point blade is a perfect 3 inches long and offers enough belly to be an efficient slicer. The knife opens one-handed with SpeedSafe assisted opening and a flipper. The handle curves gently to fit the hand comfortably and the Dividend offers two different handle styles: textured glass-filled nylon or anodized aluminum in matte grey. Both come with a decorative molded backspacer and left/right reversible pocketclip.
 
The manufacturer’s suggested retail price for the Dividend is 59.99 and for the aluminum handled Dividend, just $69.99.
Monday, February 27, 2017