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Kershaw kicked off May in style, dropping their second batch of new for 2022 products. Compared to the full ’22 catalog drop back in January, this is a much tighter, smaller supplement, but it includes new fixed blades and a premium version of a popular 2020 release.
The Cargo and Debris share a basic design; at their core, they’re both straightforward EDC knives with classic handle and blade shapes, built from workmanlike materials.
A folding karambit design, the Outlier comes with the hawkbill blade and acutely arched handle that you expect in the gerne.
Deschutes Fixed Blades
If you thought the first 2022 Kershaw reveal was light on fixed blades, here are two more for you. The Deschutes Skinner [pictured above this paragraph] has a 3.9-inch drop point blade, with a roomy forward finger choil for control; the Deschutes Caper, meanwhile, brings the blade length down to 3.3 inches and has a much narrower, detail-oriented profile.
Last but not least, the Lucha, Kershaw’s newest balisong design (originally released in 2020) is getting a premium variant, with major performance benefits. The new carbon fiber/titanium combo handles bring the weight down to 4.9 ounces