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Kershaw Showtime 3" Drop Point Folding Knife, Black Oxide - 1955
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Kershaw Showtime 3" Drop Point Folding Knife, Black Oxide - 1955

SKU 802130
Brand Kershaw
Model Number 1955
UPC 087171044774
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Product Details


Manufacturer: Kershaw
Color: Black
Material: 8Cr13MoV
Accessories: SpeedSafe, Flipper, Frame Lock, Reversible Carry
Description: Drop Point
Finish: Black Oxide
Packaging: Box
Size: 3"
Edge: Plain


The Kershaw Showtime, designed by Todd Rexford, is not exactly a traditional gentleman's knife. Which means that it could be exactly what the non-traditional gentleman is looking for. With its 3 inches blade, the Showtime is a convenient size for pocket carry-whether you're dressed up or down. The blade features a two-toned finish: black-oxide on the grinds and satin-polish on the flats. 8Cr13MoV stainless steel enables the Showtime's blade to take and hold its edge. The Showtime opens elegantly with the built-in flipper and the SpeedSafe assisted opening. And there's no thumb stud to interrupt the clean, streamlined looks. The handle is steel, black-oxide coated, and contoured for a solid grip. A frame lock ensures secure lock up. The decorative hex pivot enhances the Showtime's showoff good looks. The pocket clip is reversible for left or right-handed carry and because it's also a deep-carry clip, carrying is always discreet.


  • SpeedSafe assisted opening
  • Flipper
  • Liner lock
  • Reversible deep carry pocket clip (left/right, tip-up)


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