The Kizer Critical is a superb pocket knife, designed by Matthew Christensen. It's big, bold and has lots of great details. For example, it has a colourful anodised collar around the pivot. Six large holes have been drilled into the handle. Not only do they look great, they also go a long way towards bringing the total weight down.
The blade has a true Wharncliffe shape. It has a dead straight edge, which is super easy to maintain. Although you don't have to sharpen it all that often: the CPM S35VN steel remains very sharp for a long time. When opened, a solid frame lock keeps the blade in place. The steel lock bar insert ensures that the locking mechanism will remain in great shape for years to come.
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