Kershaw Esteem Pocketknife 2032

Item Code: 2032
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  • Closed Length 3.4"
  • Blade Length 2.5"
  • Overall Length 5.9"
  • Bead-Blasted Finish
  • Opens With Nail Nick
  • Drop Point Blade Style
  • Detail
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    The Kershaw Esteem Manual Opening Pocketknife is a non-locking slipjoint knife that features two steel detent balls, one on each side of the blade called a double detent system. The double detent system keeps the blade safely closed for carrying and a half-open position for a controlled open and close. The PVD Costing on the hardware and elegant handle constructed of a polished G10 and steel combo material helps make this a slipjoint knife you will cherish for a lifetime.


    • Double detent system: two steel detent balls, one on each side of the blade for safe carrying, controlled open/close
    • 8Cr13MoV blade steel offers good corrosion resistance, high strength; bead-blasted finish provides a subtle, matte look
    • Polished G10/steel combo handle material
    • Single-position, extra deep-carry pocketclip with lanyard hole
    • Use: Everyday
    • Type: Folder, Manual
    • Style: Pocketknife
    • Blade Style:Drop Point
    • Blade Edge: Plain
    • Opening Action: Manual
    • Opens With: Nail nick
    • Lock Type: Double detent
    • Pocketclip: Single-position deep-carry (right, tip-up)
    • Handle Color: Silver & Black
    • Hardware: Bronze anodized decorative pivot cap


    • Blade Length: 2.5" (6.4 cm)
    • Blade Material: 8Cr13MoV
    • Blade Finish/Coating: Bead-blasted finish
    • Blade Thickness: 0.09" (2.29 mm)
    • Closed Length: 3.4: (8.6 cm)
    • Handle Material: Stainless steel, G10 overlay
    • Handle Finish/Coating: Bead-blasted finish
    • Handle Thickness: 0.33: (8.38 mm)
    • Overall Length: 5.9: (15 cm)
    • Weight: 2 oz. (57 g)
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