Kershaw • Booth #9652
Designed by reknowned Belarusian knife maker Dmitry Sinkevich, Kershaw’s new Atmos features the artist’s characteristic clean, practical makeup, but with a touch of detailing. The blade is a slim modified drop point with a top swedge, which has been machine satin-finished on the grinds, and satin-sanded on the flats. A lightweight G10 handle includes a secure, weight-reducing inset liner lock, and a top layer of carbon fiber. A custom oversized pivot point, Kershaw’s KVT ball-bearing opening system, and a reversible deep-carry pocketclip round out the Atmos’ amenities. Whether you’re field-dressing an elk or opening a letter, the Atmos will do it with style.


Zero Tolerance Knives • Booth #9652
Big. Aggressive. Formidable. Solid. Impressive. That’s how best to describe the new 0393 from Zero Tolerance Knives. The 0393 combines designer Rick Hinderer’s distinctive style with ZT’s solid construction in a more-than-substantial knife that’s surprisingly lightweight and comfortable. The 0393 shines the spotlight on a harpoon-style version of Hinderer’s spanto blade in CPM 20CV for superior hardness, corrosion resistance, durability, wear resistance, and edge retention. A titanium handle with G10 overlay, KVT ball-bearing opening system, frame lock, and a reversible pocketclip all make the 0393 a force to be reckoned with.


Ontario Knife Company • Booth #12156
The Spec Plus Alpha Combat from the Ontario Knife Company (OKC) is a full-skeleton, fixed 5.6-inch 57-59HRC blade fashioned from high-carbon steel with a durable phosphate coating. With an overall length of 10.8 inches, the SPA Combat features a patent-pending handle with ergonomically molded synthetic rubber grips that remain firmly planted in your hand, even in wet conditions. A curved blade design and razor-sharp point spotlight durability and incredible balance. When your personal space has been compromised, it’s time to react. The SPA Combat is, without question, up to the challenge.