• Kershaw Malt 5520 Knife Gustavo Cecchini EDC Flipper Folder Assisted Opening Bottle Opener
  • Kershaw Malt 5520 Knife Gustavo Cecchini EDC Flipper Folder Assisted Opening Bottle Opener

Kershaw Malt 5520 Knife Gustavo Cecchini EDC Flipper Folder Assisted Opening Bottle Opener

Kershaw Malt 5520 Knife Gustavo Cecchini EDC Flipper Folder Assisted Opening Bottle Opener
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$25.99 Reg. Price $55.00  
Kershaw Malt Knife, 3" 2 tone gray and satin 8Cr13MoV stainless steel modified clip point blade, flipper with bottle opener and SpeedSafe Assist, 2 tone gray and satin stainless steel handle with frame lock and reversible pocket clip, 4.3" closed.
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Kershaw Knives: Kershaw Malt Knife, KE-5520


The Kershaw Malt Knife, designed in collaboration with custom knifemaker Gustavo Cecchini, has an innovative handy feature - a flipper with an integral bottle opener. The Malt an all over two tone gray PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition) and satin finish for visual interest, a 3" modified clip point blade made of 8Cr13MoV stainless steel with the aforementioned bottle opener / flipper and SpeedSafe Assist for fast ambidextrous one hand opening. The contoured stainless steel handle, 4.3" closed, has a sturdy frame lock, lanyard hole, contrasting blue backspacer, and a side to side reversible blue pocket clip mounted at the butt end. The Kershaw Malt Knife has an overall open length of 7.1", and it weighs 4.6 ounces.

Kershaw Knives: Kershaw Malt Knife, KE-5520

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BRANDKershaw Knives
PRODUCT TYPEKnives
PRODUCT CATEGORYFolding, Assisted
Product Field 384097
Kershaw Malt 5520 Knife Gustavo Cecchini EDC Flipper Folder Assisted Opening Bottle Opener
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Kershaw Malt 5520 Knife Gustavo Cecchini EDC Flipper Folder Assisted Opening Bottle Opener
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I like this knife. It's a quality knife and my only complaint is the pocket clip. I use a left pocket hold and with the way it sits in the pocket the blade release button gets caught on my pocket every time. If the clip was reversible this problem would fix itself. Overall it's a good knife.
 
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