Now through February 9th, you can pick up the Kershaw Storm II Knife from Cabela’s at about half off retail, for $19.99.
Knifemaker Ken Onion designed the 3 1/2″ Sandvik 13C26 stainless steel blade with a long edge while also maintaining tip strength. This grade of “martensitic stainless chromium steel” is normally used for razors, surgical tools, and food prep knives, since it’s very hard and stands up well against wear and corrosion. Though stainless is known for keeping its initial ultra-sharp edge for a while, it can be a pain to re-sharpen later — but in my opinion, it’s still worth 20 bucks for a decent utility knife.
As shown above, the Kershaw Storm II offers a locking blade, and the thumb studs let you open it one-handed.
Kershaw Storm II Knife [Cabela’s]