Kershaw Natrix Tan Stonewashed Sub-Frame Lock KVT Bearing Flipper 7007TAN
The 7007 Natrix Flipper was inspired by the wildly popular and highly limited 0777 model by Zero Tolerance Knives. Kershaw has decided to offer a scaled down model that everyone can get their hands on. This version comes with a Stonewashed blade and sub-frame lock with rugged Tan G10 and a KVT Bearing pivot driven flipper.
Brand new item direct from Kershaw Knives.
Blade: Pointy sheepsfoot-style with intimidating, eye-catching good looks. It has a rugged Stonewashed finish and long fuller groove running down the flats of both sides. The Stonewashed finish is rugged, hiding wear from every day carry and use. A little over three inches of cutting power for the Natrix which offers plenty of edge for every day tasks. Equipped with the KVT ball bearing pivot the flipper operation provides lightning fast blade deployment with a touch of the integral tab.
Handle: Machined and contoured Tan G10 provides the Natrix with a comfortable grip. Kershaw's patented Sub-Frame locking mechanism offers some of the lightest, most reliable lockup in the industry. Torx screw construction with customized pivot and a deep carry clip (reversible, tip-up) round out the construction.
8Cr13MoV: Similar to Japanese AUS-8, 8Cr13MoV is a low carbon, high chromium stainless steel with an excellent balance of toughness and strength. It offers good corrosion resistance and is capable of acquiring a razor sharp edge. Edge holding is significantly lower than S30V but close to 440C. Sharpening should be a breeze.
|Opening Mechanism||KVT (Kershaw Velocity Technology)|
|Clip||Stainless, Reversible Tip Up|
|Country of Manufacture||China|