Named after the Peter Iredale shipwreck in Astoria, Oregon, the Iredale pays respect to history while also pushing forward with a fresh design. Featuring a non-locking slipjoint mechanism, the Iredale includes a clip point blade and two sheepsfoot blades. Any of them can be used for everyday tasks, depending on the size and type of job. The polished micarta handle adds style and strength to the knife, along with steel bolsters and brass liners. It’s traditional, yes, but this three-bladed Kershaw stands out in the modern era with plenty of character.
- Unique non-locking slipjoint style; includes clip point and two sheepsfoot blades
- Polished canvas micarta handle; steel bolsters with brass liners
- 7Cr17MoV stainless steel blades offer good edge retention, toughness, and wear resistance; satin polished for a traditional look
- Opens manually with nail nick
|Blade Style:||Clip Point|
|Knife Edge:||Plain Edge|
|Blade Length:||2.6 inch|