This time of year, every year, SMKW does Black Friday like no one else. This year, SMKW’s has so many Seasonal Sales going on, it’s hard to find them all. They started off with free shipping for orders of $39 or more, and they added free gifts depending on how much you spend. Finally, the thing we all care about – the sales. Here are several stupendous sales going on that you might miss (and they all ship free).

Kershaw Copper Natrix

When the Kershaw Copper Natrix was first announced, the internet went wild for it. Now this awesome knife is priced right at $45. This sub-framelock might be one of the more hand-position sensitive Kershaws, but it’s small. It’s lightweight, and it’s seriously great looking. It’s a manual folder with a KVT Ball Bearing Pivot Assembly. It’s 3.6” closed, weighs 3.2 ounces, and has an ambidextrous, tip-up pocket clip.

Kershaw Copper Natrix Details

  • D2, Stonewash Finished
  • 2.75” Drop Point
  • Flipper with KVT Ball-Bearings
  • Sub-Framelock
  • Copper Handles
  • Ambidextrous, Tip-Up Pocket Clip
  • 3.2 Ounces
  • 3.6” Closed
  • 6.4” Overall

ESEE Expat Medellin

The ESEE Expat Medellin has been around for a hot second. It might be one of the most underrated knives on the market. Through December 3rd, you can get one for about $43, and that includes free shipping.

The Medellin has a black coated 3.5” AUS8 drop point. This manual folder opens with thumb studs and has jimping along the spine for a slip resistant grip. It’s a framelock with a black FRN front handle and a black coated stainless-steel back handle. It has an ambidextrous, tip-up pocket clip and lanyard hole. It’s 4.8” closed and weighs about 4.1 ounces.

ESEE Expat Medellin Details

  • AUS8, Black Coated
  • 3.5” Drop Point
  • Ambidextrous Thumb Studs
  • Framelock
  • FRN Front Handle
  • Black Coated Stainless-Steel Back Handle
  • Ambidextrous Tip-Up Pocket Clip
  • Lanyard Hole
  • 4.1 Ounces
  • 4.8” Closed
  • 8.3” Overall

Case Father Doctor’s Knife

The Case Father Doctor’s Knife is an absolutely perfect gift for Dad. Originally $65, you can now pick one up for about $43.

The Doctor’s Knife pattern was the 2018 vault release from Case and they most likely won’t be bringing that pattern back any time soon. That makes this knife very collectable. This is a single blade Tru-Sharp Surgical Steel spear point has white smooth bone handles embellished with the many ways to say “Dad.”

Case Father Doctor’s Knife Details

  • Tru-Sharp Surgical Steel, Mirror Polished
  • 3” Spear Point
  • Embellished White Smooth Bone Handles
  • Brass Pins and Liners
  • Squared Nickel Silver Bolsters
  • 3.75” Closed
  • 6.75” Overall
  • Made in the USA

Wusthof Classic

We know none of you really like reading about fine kitchen knives, but we also know you have a friend or family member with terrible kitchen knives. It is almost undeniable that Wusthof makes some of the finest kitchen knives on the market. Now through December 3rd, you can get the Wusthof Classic Paring knife – the most used knife in our personal kitchen – shipped to your door for $39.95.

For a few more dollars – and at a massive 50% savings – if you really like the friend or family member, you could go with the Wusthof Classic Cook’s Knife. It’s a full tang chef’s knife with an outstanding balance and a contoured, comfortable polymer handle. Forged from a single piece of high carbon steel, each piece has a seamless transition from blade to bolster. This makes it easy to clean and decreases risk of cross contamination. It has a 6” blade and an overall length of 11”. It weighs only 5.8 ounces, making this an easily controlled knife that provides a ton of utility.

Wusthof Classic Details

  • High Carbon Stainless Steel
  • Full Tang
  • Polymer Handles
  • Triple Rivets

These are just a few of the knives you might not have seen on sale in SMKW’s Seasonal Sales. Trust us, prices are seriously outstanding. You can get any of these knives with free shipping for about $40 through December 3rd or while supplies last. If you’re interested in these knives, click any link in the article or simply click the button below.

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