Kershaw Knives has recently launched their latest series of products under the name of Project ATOM and the first offering is called the ARISE.
Kershaw Knives states “Project ATOM blends traditional design with innovation in the Kershaw Arise.
Featuring a blunt edge and no blade steel, the Arise is a new experiment from Kershaw.
The design is inspired by traditional boot knives. Its distinct blade comes to a fine tip, and the handle’s cross-guard helps provide exceptional grip during use.
In an emergency situation, the Arise’s blade tip serves as an effective self-defense tool.
But during normal use, the fixed blade stands out as a fun conversation starter that’s aesthetically pleasing and easy to carry with the included lanyard hole.”
- An experimental Project ATOM knife; a convenient piece that’s also a great conversation starter
- Boot knife-inspired fixed blade; included cross-guard enhances grip
- Knife is made of strong polyphenylene sulfide plastic (PPS) and glass fiber; stronger than standard glass-filled nylon
- Blunt edge and no blade steel; last resort pointed tip for self-defense
- Easy to carry with included lanyard ring
- Blade Length 4.2 in. (10.7 cm)
- Blade Material Polyphenylene
- Blade Finish/Coating –
- Blade Thickness 0.236 in. (6 mm)
- Handle Material Polypropylene
- Handle Thickness 0.73 in. (18.5 mm)
- Overall Length 8.4 in. (21.3 cm)
- Weight 1.8 oz. (51 g)
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Categories: KNIFE & TOOL