Kershaw has sized up their popular Reverb model for managing your bigger EDC cutting tasks. This model has a 3" blade and a carbon fiber handle.
Kershaw's Reverb is a lightweight frame lock knife designed for camping, hiking, and other outdoor adventures. The built-in carabiner clip allows easy attachment to backpacks and harnesses, and the blade has no flipper or thumb stud to catch on your gear. Its modified drop point blade is made from 8Cr13MoV stainless steel with a two-tone satin/PVD finish and a thumb groove that allows one-handed opening. The handle is built with a carbon fiber overlaid G-10 front scale, and a steel frame lock back. It also includes a deep-carry pocket clip for secure carry in the pocket.
Good product for the price. Feels sturdy in the hand yet light for the pocket. I like the deep carry clip.
I got this as a gift for a friend. It fits his style and I thought he would appreciate it more than I. But once I opened up the box, I couldn't stop playing with and looking at it. It is so light, and the curve of the spine is perfect for thumb placement. The only downside to the design is lefties like me would have a hard time with it, but oh man is it a sweet blade.
The blade comes very sharp and the clip holds well but I wouldn’t put too much weight on it, overall a nice discontinued piece to grab.
The perfect size medium knife for either carrying in your pocket with the clip or using the belt clip on the backside of the knife which is really need to have. The way the knife is design it fits very nice in your hand for ease of operation. It also has a very beautiful look to it. You would think it was much more expensive then it actually is by holding it in your hand looking at it. The knife is light enough that you don't even realize it's either clipped on your belt or in your pocket.
This is a unique little folder. I like how it only has one scale and the back is bare steel. It's nicely styled. Modern and sporty. Well suited for light use. The carabiner could be useful if you need to clip it to something quickly without looking. On the down side, the ergonomics aren't great, the recessed frame lock is kind of hard to reach if you have big fingers, and the indented part of the blade doesn't provide nearly enough grip to open the knife. I have to pinch it between my thumb and middle finger. Overall, it's a cool little unusual knife. Not perfect, but at this price, I can't really complain.