Kershaw Knives - Random Leek
The Kershaw Leek is an infamous modern folder, loved for its ease of use and perfect size. The new Random Leek might be the best iteration yet! Familiar features like SpeedSafe Assisted opening, sturdy framelock, and slim, pocket-friendly design are all present, but now they're accompanied by a reverse Tanto blade which makes an excellent utilitarian cutting tool. The Sandvik 14C28N stainless blade is housed in a stainless steel frame with a right-side tip-up or tip-down pocket clip. Made in the USA.
If you'd like a different look on this model, check out the Blackwash Finish!
- Overall Length: 7.0"
- Blade Length: 3.0"
- Blade Thickness: 0.09"
- Blade Material: Sandvik 14C28N
- Handle Length: 4.0"
- Handle Thickness: 0.31"
- Weight: 2.9oz.
- Pocket Clip: Tip-Up, Tip-Down
- Knife Type: Spring Assisted
- Made in the United States of America
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Very nice blade all around really came factory sharp and extremely well done geometry on the blade. Flips open very smoothly with great detent! Perfect size as well I can just get a 4 finger grip on the knife. Only two more minor gripes in my own opinion that is are the blade deployment lock and the scales/handle finish. First off the lock which I feel is the biggest flaw the knife has. The lock itself is a great design in theory but always locks itself partially when trying to use the flipper . You almost always have to stop pushing the flipper and pust the slide lock back down located on the very bottom of the scale or the blade will not deploy. And lastly the scales although extremely nice to look at as well as the feel , the scales are very slippery and def hinders the grip. But one thing I expected the finish the knife has as a whole to show fingerprints etc. Really bad but it doesn't at all! So all in all if they fixed the lock mechanism or offered w or without it'd be a 5*+!!!