Finding a solid everyday carry knife you can use reliably at work that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg is no easy task. Fortunately for you, our Badass Knife of the Week is that knife.
The Kershaw Link is the missing link between cheap foreign-made knives and expensive premium knives not meant to be used.
Featuring the product number 1776, the Link is an American-made knife with a 3.25-inch drop point blade made from 420HC stainless steel, a very capable workhorse steel that’s easy to maintain.
The simplified blade springs to life with the help of a flipper tab and the reliable SpeedSafe assisted-opening mechanism. A liner lock keeps it engaged.
Because comfort and dependability are important in a working knife, the Link comes with a contoured black glass-filled nylon handle, which is lightweight and grippy. It’s also available with an aluminum handle if so desired.
For the price, it’s hard to find such a reliable EDC made here in the United States. It’s no wonder this knife became so popular so quickly.
For more info on this Badass Knife of the Week, see the product page for the Kershaw Link.