Two New Exclusive Versions Of The Kershaw Misdirect Look Fantastic And Show An Evolution For The Popular EDC Folder.
Exclusive to kershawknives.com, the two new variants of the Misdirect are visually stunning and built to last. Both versions are made from S35VN steel and PVD-coated handles.
The Misdirect above features a BlackWash reverse tanto blade and bronze handle. The one at the bottom of the article has a spear point blade and blue handle.
The all-stainless construction is rugged and feels great in the hand. The assisted-opening flipping mechanism deploys the blade quickly and smoothly, and a frame lock holds everything in place. The is 2.9 inches in length, and, when deployed, the 2.9-ounce knife is just under seven inches long.
Both versions are beautiful, minimalist knives. The difference comes down to taste in knives. The blue version is a better puncturing tool with the spear point, and the bronze version has all the versatility that comes with a reverse tanto.
Only available in limited qualities, both knives are priced fairly for the quality and style.
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