The perfect companion on the trail, the Kizlyar Supreme Colada fixed blade knife can tackle any of your small to medium tasks. A traditional drop point blade shape with a large swedge is a great utilitarian blade shape to complete a large variety of tasks. Smooth walnut hand scales are fill the palm for a secure grip. Using Bohler K340 stainless steel with an excellent heat treat makes processing wood for a fire or preparing a meal, the Colada is sure to get the job done.
Feels buttery smooth in hand no high or rough spots. Good looking knife and the dangler sheath is very nice also. This in my 6th Kizlyar Supreme knife and I haven't been disappointed yet. This is the 1st blade I've owned in K340 we will see how it keeps an edge.
slippy handle but very comfortable. Great edc, bushcraft blade. Nice sheith. love this company and how they use many awsome steels. Buy it or its s35vn brother in micarta. I got this version to test the steel. so far i like it alot.
Pretty unique knife, I give it 5/5 just for the cool factor it brings. Came extremely sharp out of the box, steel composition looks like it has good edge retention and toughness at the expense of rust resistance (never has bothered me with full carbon steels). The sheath is standard, but also great: has solid retention, comes with its own integrated dangler system though I attached a carabiner D-ring for quick attach/detach to a belt. You can tell this knife was made in part by hand, which to me is an absolutely beautiful thing. I haven't put this knife through any stress testing in the field, but have full confidence it would perform well, cant compliment the factory edge more, it possibly is the sharpest knife out of the box ive ever received.
I really wish more knives were available in the US with this steel. Holds a great edge and gets back to shaving sharp with incredible ease! On the hunt for another, slightly larger blade with this steel. Great knife all around! Great EDC/woods knife!
This is an aqesome blade exspecially for the money. Its my first experience with k340 and i really like it. Sharpens up super easy and holds and edge pretty well. I tend to really beat on my knives hard and its holding up great. Have gottin a few tiny chips in my edge when i didnt see nails in some wood i was messing with but very minor. The handle being wood i was worried about dents in it and i gotta day its held up quite well except for greasy hands when working on vehicle. I was really worried about the sheath holding up but even it has be quite good. Probably the only negative thing i can say and its no big deal to me is that it seems to be a lil picky on what oil it likes. I keep it oiled and on 1 occasion i did get a few tint rust spots that i was able to take off with a 3m pad. I forget wut oil that was but i found that it really likes plain ol hoppies gun oil. Have had 0 problems with it since using the hoppies. Really like the knife the russians did a good job making and hooe to see more come from there. Even tho i do mostly stick with usa made things.