Kershaw recently collaborated with custom knifemaker Les George to produce a knife with features resemble a modern exotic sports car. Think Lamborghinis, Ferraris, you get the idea. The result is the Kershaw Innuendo. It has a clean, modern design with long curvy lines and a pivot that looks like a car’s wheel. Toss in a very nice action and the reliable quality you get from Kershaw and this knife is well worth the $35 you’ll spend on it.
The Innuendo features a nitride-coated 8Cr13MoV stainless steel blade opened by an easy-to-use thumb disk. What’s interesting about this knife is that when it’s opened, you can see directly into where the pivot functions. A cutout near the pivot takes some of the weight away and even allows you to see through the knife frame to the other side.
This framelock has a slim profile with bead blasted stainless steel handles. Black standoffs and hardware along with an ambidextrous tip-up pocket clip give it a great look and add a bit of contrast to the overall design.
Kershaw Innuendo Details
- 8Cr13MoV Stainless Steel, Carbo-Nitride Coating
- 3.3” Drop Point
- Thumb Disk Opener
- Stainless Steel Handles, Bead Blasted
- Ambidextrous Tip-up Pocket Clip
- 4.4 oz.
- 4.25” Closed
- 7.6” Overall
The Kershaw Innuendo is a great looking, budget friendly folder you can get for about $35. If you’re interested in this knife, click any link in the article or simply click the button down below.
All images courtesy of Smoky Mountain Knife Works – smkw.com.