Over the years Kershaw and Zero Tolerance have come up with sharp designs that almost always surpass expectations. Whether it is a handy general-use folder or a fixed blade with a tactical flair, the brands’ knives not only look good, but also perform.
Kershaw and Zero Tolerance both also waste little time resting on their laurels, leading the way in cutting-edge innovation. And the brands have continued to do so recently with a slew of new knives certain to get enthusiasts, well, enthused. Here is a look at three sweet automatic knives from Kershaw and two manual folders from Zero Tolerance that cut to the quick of top-notch engineering.
Zero Tolerance 0900
Designed by Les Geroge, the Zero Tolerance 0900 is a compact, powerful and beautiful knife. The 3-inch blade makes it ideal to carry anywhere, but its ample width gives it the size to tackle the roughest jobs. Constructed from S35VN stainless steel, the blade is tough and chip resistant, but can be brought to a razor’s edge. The titanium handle makes the knife lightweight, yet rugged. And the KVT ball-bearing system makes deployment smooth and fast. George’s lifetime of experience as a US Marine and Senior Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician can be seen at every turn in the practicality of the 0900’s design. MSRP: $240.
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