Kershaw Leek Knife
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Top Customer Reviews
Okay, now to the guts of the review. It is, as Leeks are, sharp as all get out and both pretty and useful. But this one is best for dressier carry. It is a whole lot smoother, and therefore more slippery, than the other Leeks. For an EDC knife, I'd recommend the standard stainless or the black or, best of all, the composite-blade Leek. Unless you don't have any other Leeks, because then, even if you have a lot of other knives, this is the one to carry.
Do understand, though, that a knife is for cutting things, not for driving or loosening screws or prying things open. For those tasks, get a multi-tool.
This is my first Kershaw, but certainly not the last.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Easily sharpened and keeps edge. Almost too small, at 4 inches, for my hand. Safety switch is poorly located and requires two hands to operate. Read morePublished on April 22, 2014 by Michael Melcher
My experience with this particular Leek has unfortunately not been as good as I had hoped (and not as good as with any other Kershaw knife I own). Read morePublished on February 25, 2013 by Mark_42
This knife is awesome and the color holds up great have had it a while now and use it everyday not real ruff on it but it is great and looks good also.Published on October 12, 2012 by Itchntoshoot