The Kershaw Skyline a shining example of what an EDC pocket folding knife should be. Great value, lightweight, good steel, sharp, rugged…the Kershaw Skyline delivers.
|Steel||Sandvik 14C28N, bead-blasted finish|
|Handle||Textured black G-10|
|Blade Length||3-1/8 in. (7.9 cm)|
|Closed Length||4-1/4 in. (10.8 cm)|
|Overall Length||7 3/8 in. (18.7 cm)|
The Kershaw Skyline is a liner locking folding knife with a clip that can be reversed for tip up or tip down carry. The Skyline is a flipper design, meaning it can be opened easily with one finger and a flip of the wrist.
The Skyline is super lightweight at just 2.3 ounces – it’s the first thing I notice when I pick it up. It’s one of those knives that you can easily forget you have on you. The Skyline has a G-10 handle that is nicely textured, and along with the finger groove provides a good feel in the hand. The Skyline also has a lanyard hole if that’s your thing.
Perhaps the greatest feature of the Skyline though is the price. At the time of writing, you could buy a Kershaw Skyline for less than $35. That’s amazing value for such a great knife.
For EDC, you really can’t go wrong with a Kershaw Skyline. I’ve had mine for well over a year now and it’s help up well. For the price, it’s hard to beat.