Kershaw Leek Assisted Opening Knife
Based on 81 reviews
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- Great for EDC
- Solid yet minimalist design
- Attractive and unusual
- Durable and long lasting
The leek is such a great knife! I was just looking at the black washed one last night thinking of reasons to justify buying the exact same knife in a different color lol
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Check Price On Amazon Fit & Finish: Kershaw Leek In Hand The Leek’s fit and finish is bar none. For a street price starting at around $40, this USA-made knife’s fit and finish easily stack up with $200+ knives on the market.
What I like about this knife is it's lightness, it's solid, yet simply minimalist. The color didn't come in as this lightly-colored olive drab, instead it is a very dark olive drab, that almost seems dark gray. Very attractive and unusual.
The tip is also very different than most knives, in that it...
I just lost my old one that I had for almost 20 years and I had to have another one. It is like an old friend for me. I just turned 91.
I love this knife (until it breaks)!
I realllly like this knife--until it breaks. It's the perfect size, holds a decent edge, and meets all of my needs at work and in the woods. In fact, I have purchased 3 of them. Why 3? Because the blades broke off of the first two! I don't abuse them and don't do any prying or meat-carving or jousti...
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It’s a high quality knife and is designed to last. And at well under $50, the Leek is an affordable USA made option. I’d say it has aged well and passes with flying colors
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Only a light press is needed to send the Leek’s blade out swiftly and surely. Kershaw has included a safety lock toggle to keep the Leek closed in your pocket no matter what. With its great action, ergonomics, affordability, and compact form the Leek is a working knife with a wide appeal
I've had this knife for about 3 years, and it is a very good knife. My blade is partially serrated, but I wish I would have gotten the non-serrated blade. The blade will hold a very sharp edge well. It opens as fast as a switch-blade, and closing is easy. The feel in the hand is good – it's balanced...
My sister has carried one of these for about four years now, with no reason to regret it. This thing is so thin you hardly know that you are carrying it!
Kershaw Leek Review
Wrap upThe Kershaw Leek is a true gentleman’s EDC knife. Its stunningly simple and sleek appearance makes it look just as apropos sliding into a jeans pocket or a suit pocket, and the knife is discreet enough not to draw too much attention if you pull it out to slice the olives in your cocktail.